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Synonyms for reprint

a publication (such as a book) that is reprinted without changes or editing and offered again for sale

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a separately printed article that originally appeared in a larger publication

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print anew

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The third and fourth most often-reprinted tales, respectively, are "The Tomb-Blossoms," with at least 42 reprints since it was first published in the January 1842 issue of the Democratic Review and "The Death of Wind-Foot," with at least 32 reprints since the story was first published as part of Whitman's temperance novel Franklin Evans; or the Inebriate: A Tale of the Times in an extra edition of the New World newspaper in November 1842.
page of reprints for twenty-five (25) reprints of all articles and also for additional reprints in
Content workflow company Reprints Desk Inc, a Derycz Scientific (OTC.
Every transaction carried out by Reprints Desk, including single article document delivery for research and bulk copies of scientific journal articles ("reprints") for medical marketing and sales, will help Room to Read to set up libraries in the developing world, the first of which is be built in Nepal.
Now I think it's time to do a lot of 1950s and 1960s reprints in the same eight-page formats.
Currently the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has to approve these reprints before they are circulated.
Cadmus Communications Corporation (Nasdaq:CDMS), provider of end-to-end, integrated graphic communications services, declared on 28 March that Reprints Desk, a new reprints company, is to use RapidRights from Cadmus ArticleWorks.
If you're seeking high-quality, deluxe reprints of solid science fiction classics to build a new collection or replace aging paperbacks, Red Jacket Press titles are for you: they are slipcased, they are solid, and they only pick the top-notch writers' works--plus, they are surprisingly affordable.
There are always a number of excellent Dover guides to choose from in the area of mythology and these latest releases are some winning reprints of classics.
This Facets edition reprints Wright's 1996 book that was an excerpt from his lengthy work on the historical Jesus, Jesus and the Victory of God (Fortress, 1996).
Electronic reprints show your clients, partners and employees that you have been recognized in a well-respected industry magazine.
Authors after their manuscript has been published, have the option of ordering reprints as hard copy or in PDF form.
The reason why the United States was controlled by reprints was simple: most Americans and various businesses preferred it that way.
The Panther and the Lash is described as a book which "chiefly reprints poems from previous volumes.