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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.
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preprinted

adjvorgedruckt
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212 preprinted forms initial phase certificates on security paper, letter size.
Canadian Center of Science and Education recently changed its policy towards preprinted articles, to provide better services for scholarly authors, readers, and the community.
Summary: The Interior Ministry is prepared to issue preprinted ballots for next year's parliamentary elections regardless of the electoral system ultimately chosen.
Available in red, green, yellow, blue, and orange, Typenex Barcode Blood Bands for preprinted labels feature a snap closure, a large font size, soft band material, and additional color on the band and stickers.
The preprinted lids from RPC have enhanced the look and image of the pate range while at the same time delivering valuable cost and handling benefits.
This technology inserts UHF and HF inlays under diecut blank or preprinted labels and validates the finished product.
RFID tag inserter inserts UHF and HF inlays under die-cut blank or preprinted labels and validates the finished product.
A new printing technique and an energy-saving thermoforming process enable preprinted food trays to be produced easily and cost-effectively.
Each Mini Engraving Art package includes a preprinted board, engraving art tool and practice swatch.
The taxpayer must clearly identify an item entered on a line with no preprinted description (such as "other expenses").
Use only your initials and your last name on preprinted checks.
Two problems developed for newspapers with the onset of junk-mail delivery (newspapers call this stuff preprinted advertising inserts, or simply preprints).