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reprint

An individually bound copy of an article in a journal or science communication
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out of the mass of mere reprinters and indicating to other publishers
Company (a large "book trust" of cheap reprinters that Lovell
In effect, then, the reprinters provided most of the operating capital for the hardcover houses to do their thing, much as the merchant fortunes subsidized the refinements of the aristocracy without much affecting its ethos.
In 1815, Beethoven approached Londoner Robert Birchall, one of the English reprinters of opus 2 with whom he had known connections.
Simrock and the subsequent German reprinters punched the eighth notes adjacent but sometimes overlapping with the held note.
McGill might have gone into these aspects of trade relations rather more fully, since there was a relative handful of notorious reprinters, and many other respectable firms wanted to remain on the good side of the largest and most powerful firms.
By this time, the firm of Harper and Brothers was issuing more works by Americans than by Britons in the fields of travel, religion, dictionaries, and the like; only in the realm of fiction were they still overwhelmingly reprinters.