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reprint

An individually bound copy of an article in a journal or science communication
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This addendum also records the only known reprints of Whitman's fiction in the state of Mississippi and in the Washington Territory in the Pacific Northwest.
PDF electronic reprint that has the following features:
One need only think of the Irish and Scottish reprints which flooded the English market in the eighteenth century and led to many copyright lawsuits.
We've gotten a couple of requests for reprints for the ads that ran in Partners," she says.
Instead of consumers calling a newspaper to get reprints of an article, they will increasingly use or be referred to the Web -- where the sales and delivery process can be handled by automated systems.
The series reprints the scripts "prepared for each staged reading" with spelling and punctuation modernized.
The next thing I knew I was assigned to organize the forty-plus years of Cross Currents reprints which had been recently transported from Joe Cunneen's garage to his office.
Reprints of articles published in Real Estate Weekly are available, as well as the granting of permission for readers to make their own reprints.
Commercial Reprints (orders of 500 or more): Contact Lenore Chance at Publishers Custom Reprints, 1-800-256-8271.
Reprints from reputable journals include the statement "Reprinted from [name of journal].
And the disc only sells for about $35 - less than the combined price of three volumes of Doonesbury reprints.
By this I mean that reprints of original articles by various authors are utilized in the chapters.