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book into

vb
(preposition) to reserve a room for (oneself or someone else) at (a hotel)
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Driven finally to an unequivocal stand, the publishers stated that they could not see their way to putting the book into type again, but that they were willing to relinquish their rights in it.
He said it would take four months to get a book into the chain stores and we only had four weeks.
An oft-quoted motto of Children's librarianship popularized by Anne Carroll Moore, New York Public Library's first Superintendent of Work with Children and first chair of ALA's Children's Librarians' Section described their work as that of placing "the right book into the hands of the right child at the right time.