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reprint

An individually bound copy of an article in a journal or science communication
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All attendees will receive a re-print of CEB TowerGroup's recent report on client reporting solutions.
Apart from all the careful work and years of deep thought that went into the edition, it is simply a pleasure to open a clean Metamorphoses that is not multi-volume like Robertson's Bude edition or a yellowing re-print with that type-face popular in the nineteenth century common in so many Classical texts (Helm's Teubner) but instead a bright new edition that will cause us all to see Apuleius afresh.
Apart from the RO100 works, every piece will have a re-print available for RO50 and a postcard-sized digital print for RO20.
Copies are free, but to fund a re-print, a cheque for pounds 2 is requested (payable to the North Wales Branch of DSWA of GB).
I know a lot of supporters collect them as well as using them on the night and what I can tell them is we will be doing a re-print of Brandonapolis programmes, and these will be available from the Track Shop next Friday.
Take, for example, the first story in the book, which I can exclusively re-print here for readers of Child of the 80s in its entirety.
From this issue onwards we will re-print a Flop Family cartoon for you to enjoy and to get things rolling we have published a bonus cartoon in this edition.
The Bank will re-print 30 trillion dinars (26 billion dollars).
This book is a re-print of the original 1937 publication by Carbery.
Last night Tom's dad Robert gave the Sunday Mercury permission to re-print some of the worst messages and pictures in the hope that it will spur action to stop the trolling campaign.
Plus, the school district would have to pay about $32,000 to re-print and mail a new set of tax bills, he said.