constant flow of article offprints
and books from academics around the
From a moment that I cannot now determine, I grabbed whatever I could lay hands on, and also collected magazine articles or offprints
, posters--everything faintly connected.
12) Although not published under Gunn's name, University of California Press let him down by sending the offprints
to Brunei, contrary to his explicit instructions.
To conclude with some personal notes, this writer, the recipient of perhaps one of his last 'snail mail' letters in a packet of his always valuable offprints
and reviews, had first encountered Professor Saddington at the 1989 Limes Congress in Canterbury.
We have prepared offprints
of the article, in full colour, available from us at $3.
17) At the point when printing technology made it feasible, West began to offer single-jurisdiction offprints
from its regional reports so that lawyers in one state would not have to pay for or devote shelf space to the case law of another.
Enthusiasts who fear the set of 15 offprints
will be snapped up by a foreign bidder have launched a campaign to make sure the documents are kept in the country.
Before his death he presented his friend and fellow codebreaker Professor Max Newman with a set of 15 offprints
, which are expected to sell for up to half a million pounds at Christie's on Tuesday.
The book is the only item Rand donated to Acadia that he did not author himself; all of his other gifts were copies of his own books and offprints
of his own articles.
In most cases their scope was that of an article, and they were often offprints
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