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reprint

An individually bound copy of an article in a journal or science communication
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McGill has a very fine chapter on his trip to America in 1842, and describes just how badly he misunderstood Yankee attitudes toward cheap literature and the perceived American right to reprint anything and everything in sight.
For example, eleven short stories ("Berry," "Father and Son," "A Good Job Gone," "Home," "Little Dog," "Mother and Child," "One Christmas Eve," "Passing," "Poor Little Black Fellow," "Red-Headed Baby," and "Rejuvenation Through Joy") are erroneously reported to have been reprinted in Langston Hughes: Short Stories.
2, January 15, 1946, reprinted in Shimizu Isao, Manga ni miru 1945 nen, pp.
But if there is no new edition, and if the only existing edition is an old edition that is out of print, then recycling that old edition will eliminate the costs of house-editorial work and engraving, and may thereby render it economically practical to make that music available again by bringing out a reprint. So reprinting is an even more attractive form of publication in music than in other areas of publishing.
This reprint includes the original ending, but replaces the period at the end of the final sentence with an exclamation point.
While Steven was interviewed by the magazine for a 2009 cover article, more recently they have issued a press release regarding ARC's work and have published reprints of Steven's articles in each of their last five issues.
Reprints Desk said that it specifically designed Article Viewer for use by companies in Pharmaceuticals, Biotechnology, Medical Devices and Diagnostics, as well as Scientific Publishing.
Todd Everett, who handles implementations as one of Reprints Desk's innovations experts, explains that Bibliogo is a combination current awareness aggregator, document delivery and reprints service, and bibliography manager.
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.
Reprinted in The Cresset 33 (1970), 6-9, and Vesper Exchange.
Page are reprinted from The Hidden Room (in two volumes) by permission of the Porcupine's Quill.
Reprinted from the Airman Magazine fan page on Facebook