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publication

(pŭb″lĭ-kā′shŭn) [L. publicare, to make public]
1. The dissemination of information in print.
2. Any document, journal, or text distributed to a general audience or to a limited readership.
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Requirements for publication in the T5 decreases with department quality, while the impact on tenure of T5 publication increases with declines in department quality.
He also urged the public to lodge a report, should they come across any such publication, to the ministry's Publication and Quran Text Control Division at 03-88868047 or fax 03-88891682 or the ministry's Integrated Public Complaints System at http://moha.spab.gov.my.
We investigated the publication rate of 176 poster and 103 oral presentations under the headings of uro-oncology, andrology, pediatric urology, endourology, transplantation, continence and other by searching the PubMed and Science Citation Index Expanded (SCI-E) databases.
Since abstracts in the Pubmed show affiliation of only the corresponding author, full text articles was retrieved to verify for the presence of Omani author(s) in the publication. After thorough scrutiny for inclusion, the abstract of each article was transferred to Microsoft Word and a comprehensive file was created.
Lodge-Kopenhaver and Click (1978) define adviser as someone primarily responsible for offering guidance and advice to students who operate college publications. Publication advisers also determine their role in helping to produce student publications and building students' journalistic ability when they establish a working relationship with student editorial staffs (Button, 1982).
* Move your publication from where it is to where you want it to be.
The purchase includes two clinical publications and three news titles.
Duplicate submission or redundant publication of a similar data set is considered unethical.
John Dickie, David Lyman.--2nd ed.--Toronto : Emond Montgomery Publications. ISBN 978-1-55239-183-9 $54.00
In its June 2006 issue, BtoB Media Business described the 25 publications as having "shaped the business publishing industry." Other publications on the list include Business Week, The Economist, Forbes, Fortune, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and USA Today.
As biologists calculate species ages from the accumulation of genetic mutations, or molecular clocks, Hedges employs a "print clock" His method estimates publication dates with extraordinary precision, he reports, as long as other editions or related documents with known dates are available as guideposts.