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the act or process of publishing printed matter

an issue of printed material offered for sale or distribution

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The present writer lived for some time within a short distance of his house, but found no opportunity to meet him until it became necessary to obtain his portrait for an anthology in course of publication. The interview was brief, and the interviewer could not help feeling although treated with pleasant courtesy, that more important matters were in hand than the perpetuation of a romancer's countenance to future generations; but a friendly family acquaintance grew up from the incident, and will remain an abiding memory.
The immediate acceptance of 'Typee' by John Murray was followed by an arrangement with the London agent of an American publisher, for its simultaneous publication in the United States.
Estimates from the analysis show that the publication of three T5 articles resulted in a 370 percent increase in the rate of receiving tenure, compared with candidates with similar levels of publications in non-T5 journals.
'The ban order covers the printing, import, production, reproduction, publication, sale, issuance, circulation, distribution or possession of the publications.
In this study, we investigated the publication rate of poster and oral presentations at the 1st Congress of the Society of Urological Surgery in Turkiye held in 2012 to investigate.
In this report, we determine the publication rate of presentations at the QUA annual meetings over a 10-year period, and analyzed predictors of publication rate.
2) All studies which were conducted outside Oman but at the time of submission of papers and publication, the author(s) was/were working in Oman, 3) All studies which were conducted in Oman but at the time of publication, the author(s) was/were working outside Oman.
In a similar study, Frangoulis (1993) found the frequency of publication per year was 1 time (27%), 2 times (24%), 3 times (21%), 12 times (10%), 4 times (8%), 52 times (6%), 6 times (2%), or 24 times (2%).
* Transform your publication into a powerful business tool.
(QHI; Parsippany, NJ) has acquired five publications from Jobson Healthcare Group (JHG); New York), a division of Jobson Medical Information (New York) and an affiliate of the Wicks Group of Companies.
The supporting data for any scientific investigation should be maintained in your office files for a minimum of 5 to 7 years after publication. (This is dependent on the study and the governing agency.
The publications listed below are for information purposes only.
FARM JOURNAL, has been selected as one of the nation's top 25 business publications by BtoB Media Business, the magazine for business publishing executives.
Hungry for missing publication dates, rare-document specialists scrutinize watermarks, book bindings, and even tiny imperfections in individual letters of old tracts.
So the Nixon administration went to court, arguing that continued publication would do serious harm to the nation's security in a time of war.