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Synonyms for offprint

a separately printed article that originally appeared in a larger publication

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Industrial producers are aiming to re-engineer their end-to-end processes, shifting from production maximization to a life-cycle material approach that minimizes the environmental offprint, adding value to products through usability.
Rene Wellek's chapter "Coleridge's Philosophy and Criticism (10 1956)," in The English Romantic Poets: A Review of Research and Criticism (1972), seems to have annoyed Barfield if the offprint amongst his books is a guide.
He is Alejandro Stern, known to his many clients and friends as "the jungle buyer," and you may read about him in Michael Wachtler's article in the October 2009 issue of Lapis (an English-language offprint of this article, available from Jeff Fast, is called "The Jungle Buyer").
70) From "Erziehungs-Verein," offprint from Salzunger Tageblatt Nr.
International Journal for the Semiotics of Law/Revue internationale de semiotique juridique (Dragan Milovanovic) All tables of contents, with abstracts and offprint offers where available.
This report, which is also available as a separate offprint, was prepared by the Center for the Study of Global Christianity at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, South Hamilton, Massachusetts.
Offprint from Norsk Tidsskrift for Sprogvidenskap 18:118-136.
Tolstoy owned a bound copy of an offprint of Gershenzon's biography of Pecherin from the journal Haynnoe cnoeo.
Among the thousands of books he left, I found on his shelves late one night an offprint of Rene Char's wartime Resistance notebooks, which he'd translated.
An early offprint without plates on the classification of the platypus in the form of a letter and conceived as a response to E'tienne Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire.
Music Printing and Publishing was an offprint of work on the New Grove Dictionary of Music.
I am indebted to Gvozden Eror for providing me with the offprint of his article.
The same is true of Perowne's subsequent ruse of reading aloud from a medical offprint "casting doubt on the surgical lesioning of the globus pallidus in the treatment of Parkinson's Disease" (226), making it pass for a hopeful commentary on the baffled Baxter's own, unrelated genetic disorder.
Offprint of a paper presented at the International Conference of Social Work, Toronto.
It then appeared as a separate offprint, with new pagination and in 1977 it appeared again in a limited edition of 150 copies published by Sir John's grandson John, in a handsome green binding stamped with a gold thistle, within a green slip-case.