Vocal clefs have been modernized, and the publisher sells offprints
of individual pieces for performance (http://vkjk.
The letter should include the e-mail address for contact regarding the manuscript, page proofs and requests for offprints
Publication is also represented in files stuffed with offprints
and hand-corrected drafts.
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.
Before departing abroad in 1922, Il'in had given fifteen books and offprints
, six of them autographed, to the Moscow University Library.
Scharlau for sending their books and offprints
of their works, which are of great help in the work over this paper.
There she also kept several rows of books, offprints
and manuscripts that she received daily, creating a small-scale transit of thousands of ideas and large amounts of data redistributed by Betty through her manila envelopes.
The most direct indication of effectiveness is the material value of the scientific documentation received as a result of these contacts (reports, preprints, offprints
, books, journals).
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.
Max Corden was one international economist aware of its significance, as Viner mentioned his report in reply to a letter from Corden sending Viner offprints
of his work on the calculation of the cost of protection (Corden to Viner, 22 October 1957; Viner Papers).
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.