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    This Review contains major "Reprints"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Reprints are not valid for postage.

Older Collections

  1. Therefore, most of the Confederate provisional stamps that are found today in older collections are fakes and reprints and are of very little value. (Web site)

Notable

  1. The most notable of all the reprints in my opinion is "The Last of the Winnebagos" by Connie Willis. (Web site)
  2. I.W. Publications were notable for publishing unauthorized reprints of other company's properties, especially Quality Comics.

Miller

  1. The character's origins were in black and white reprints of the American Captain Marvel comics by a London publisher, L. Miller & Son, Ltd.
  2. Miller had also drawn the covers for the first twelve issues of First Comics English language reprints of Kazuo Koike and Goseki Kojima's Lone Wolf and Cub.

Stamps

  1. Seebeck agreed to provide new issues of stamps and stationery each year at no charge, in return for the right to sell remainders and reprints to collectors.

Copy

  1. Dow Jones Reprints: This copy is for your personal, non-commercial use only. (Web site)

Occupation

  1. Reprints over 1,800 items, representing the entire Dutch underground press published during the Nazi World War II occupation. (Web site)

Creators

  1. Also included: exclusive interviews with the creators and reprints of classic Alex Ross artwork.

Popeye

  1. Popeye the Sailor, Nostalgia Press, 1971, reprints three daily stories from 1936.

Disciples

  1. Eight Disciples of the Master-Teacher Vallabhacharya are called the Ashta-chaap, meaning, eight reprints (of the Master).

First Issue

  1. The first issue of Amazing contained only reprints, beginning with a serialization of Off on a Comet, by Jules Verne.

Publishing

  1. It's just that the economics of publishing this kind of a book makes it difficult to go back for reprints.

Japanese Occupation

  1. After the Japanese occupation of Nauru and New Guinea, stamps of Australia were used late 1945 until reprints of the last Nauru series were available.

Dark Horse Comics

  1. Dark Horse Comics has recently been doing some reprints of their original comic book properties, which are owned by Random House.

Original Works

  1. Works published by AK Press include reprints of radical classics as well as original works (see list below). (Web site)

Research Papers

  1. The Research Papers consist mostly of reprints of papers published by Hans Lewy or Hans Lewy and others. (Web site)

Ac Comics

  1. AC Comics specializes in reprints of Golden Age comics from now-defunct companies.

Floyd Gottfredson

  1. Reprints of classic Donald Duck stories by Carl Barks and Mickey Mouse stories by Floyd Gottfredson were the foundation of their output.

Papers

  1. Cogprints makes preprints and reprints of papers in all areas of the cognitive sciences openly available on-line.

English

  1. Facsimile reprints of the Unua Libro in Russian, Polish, French, German, English and Swedish, with the earliest Esperanto dictionaries for those languages.

First

  1. From 1993 to 1998 Norbert Hethke Verlag produced reprints of the first 50 comic books. (Web site)
  2. This groundbreaking comic book was the first such periodical consisting solely of original material rather than reprints of newspaper comic strips. (Web site)

Trades

  1. The trades contain reprints of stories written by Carl Barks which were specifically adapted into television episodes of Ducktales. (Web site)

Sundays

  1. Or collect The Complete E.C. Segar Popeye which reprints all the Sundays and dailies by Fantagraphics Books currently on sale.

Books

  1. An annual report of Bangla Academy for 2006-2007 said it published 76 new books, 10 journals and 16 reprints, three-time higher than the previous year.
  2. Its scholars also publish their extensive research in books, reprints, journal articles, and OpEds.

Pamphlets

  1. Bently Historical Library index to vertical file containing clippings, pamphlets, reprints, and other materials relating to Michigan Lutheran churches. (Web site)

Permissions

  1. For permissions to copy beyond that permitted by the U.S. Copyright Law and for reprints, contact the Copyright Clearance Center.

Revisions

  1. Many of these are revisions or reprints of classes published in other Forgotten Realms source books before the 3.5 revision.
  2. Some of these were pirated reprints of Noah Webster's work, some were revisions by others.

Book

  1. This book contains reprints of papers on the method of bosonization as it is used in these fields. (Web site)
  2. However, modern reprints of the Leningrad Codex have moved the book of Chronicles back to its tradition place at the end of the Ketuvim. (Web site)

Stories

  1. The first few issues are themselves mostly reprints of stories that appeared in earlier issues of House of Mystery or its sister title House of Secrets. (Web site)
  2. As well, AC Comics publishes Sheena reprints, as well as reprints and some new stories of the jungle femmes that followed in her wake.

Tribunals

  1. Reprints, in English, selected decisions from the highest national courts as well as international courts and tribunals.

Article

  1. In addition to publishing the Vegetarian Journal, VRG produces and sells cookbooks, other books, pamphlets, and article reprints. (Web site)
  2. There will be testimonies, video, audio, posters, book and article reprints that will be an inspiration to GO TO DC and start another Jesus Movement. (Web site)
  3. Cited By in Scopus (39) Permissions & Reprints Review How ribosomes make peptide bonds References and further reading may be available for this article.

Reprint

  1. This volume includes a complete, or nearly so, reprint of issue 54 of Gold Key's Star Trek comic, and abridged reprints of issues 55 and 56.

Reprints

  1. Cited By in Scopus (0) Permissions & Reprints Note All regular polytopes are Ramsey References and further reading may be available for this article.
  2. Recently, Reed has been reviving many of the Caliber titles with reprints of collections and all new series, primarily from Image Comics.
  3. Books, journals, reprints, and preprints C* News, issues 38--44.

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  1. Reprint
  2. Tribunals
  3. Arts > Crafts > Comics > Carl Barks
  4. Story > Stories
  5. Printing > Books > Bibliography > Further Reading
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