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pre·print

 (prē′prĭnt′)
n.
Something printed and often distributed in partial or preliminary form in advance of official publication: a preprint of a scientific article.
tr.v. (prē-prĭnt′) pre·print·ed, pre·print·ing, pre·prints
To print in advance.

preprint

(priːˈprɪnt)
vb (tr)
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) to print a section of work in advance
n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a section of work printed in advance of the whole
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today revealed the first HP PageWide Web Press T1100S, co-developed with KBA, which reinvents corrugated packaging printing for high-volume, digital pre-print applications.
The APHSA and NASCCA comments letter responded to the Office of Child Care's (OCC) second round of revisions to the pre-print.
For example, you could pre-print cast product or market-specific inserts and continuously update facilities and employee contact information as equipment and personnel change.
The Los Angeles Times and the Los Angeles Newspaper Group have formed a marketing alliance that will give advertisers more effective pre-print coverage of the greater Los Angeles area.
Sorteo, the technology provider for the Loteria Nacional, is automating the pre-print system with the roll-out of ALTs that enable street sellers to print real-time tickets on demand.
The Pre-Print document provides states and territories with guidance for completing and submitting their biennial CCDF Plans.
Gannett launches 'opt-in' pre-prints: Rather than mailing a wad of unwanted pre-print advertising to every household in a community, Gannett Co.
The process enables corrugated converters to direct print onto corrugate and get comparable results as if they were running pre-print, according to a company statement.
The system allows tenants to pre-print an ID badge for each important visitor and have them waiting in the lobby, to avoid delays at security checkpoints.
Sybase(R) Industry Warehouse Studio(TM) (IWS) has been selected by the Los Angeles Times to increase the analytical capabilities of its pre-print advertising business.
Gannett's Newspaper Division is set to launch Sunday Select, a novel approach to delivering pre-print advertising direct to targeted zip codes important to advertisers.
A media research firm has determined that last year the average face value of a coupon in a newspaper pre-print section exceeded $1 for the first time.

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