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reprint

An individually bound copy of an article in a journal or science communication
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You get a choice of three print shapes and a sheet of mini pix with the negs so that you can see them clearly for re-prints.
com and order re-prints, enlargements and photo-gifts, such as T-shirts, mugs and mousepads.
Items on show include personal artefacts from some of the climbers, including mittens, a trekking permit for Nepal and accompanying trekking map; stunning re-prints of some of the original photographs taken by various expedition members during the climb; and a copy of a letter written by Sir Chris Bonington to Barclays then Chairman Sir Anthony Tuke thanking Barclays for its support.
THIS MONDAY The Mirror re-prints the archive front pages of two pivotal moments in the life of the Queen Mother as part of our Millennium paper series.
Mr Boulton, who works for London stamp dealer Stanley Gibbons, expected more re-prints to follow and predicted that the set would be the biggest-selling of all time - beating the 415million Coronation stamps sold in 1953.
The successful supplier may be required to provide re-prints of the timetables as and when required by Merseytravel.