prepublication


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pre·pub·li·ca·tion

 (prē-pŭb′lĭ-kā′shən)
adj.
Of or relating to the time just before a publication date, especially of a book: The marketing department was amazed by the number of prepublication orders.

prepublication

(ˌpriːpʌblɪˈkeɪʃən)
adj
(Journalism & Publishing) of or relating to the time, processes, sales, etc, before publication of a book, newspaper, etc
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prepublication

adj attrvor der Veröffentlichung
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The crowd outside Waterstones bookshop in Piccadilly, central London, was so big that people were moved inside early to meet the star - real name Felix Kjellberg - at a prepublication event ahead of the launch of his book, This Book Loves You.
In a prepublication notice dated March 20, EPA states that the proposed rule would require any company that has manufactured or processed a nanomaterial in the past three years, from final rule publication in the Federal Register, to report to EPA.
In turn, this would have led to great scrutiny/ challenge and positive input, which has been sadly lacking because of a failure to circulate even a draft prepublication.
Does The Secret Wisdom of the Earth live up to its prepublication hype?
These form an important part of a research facility, often as a sort of prepublication discussion or a discussion of an individual's current research, and as such it is virtually impossible to "publish" this material.
Senior counsel Rajiv Nayar, appearing for the producer, said the law is well settled that the prepublication injunction can't be granted in such cases.
Gross and colleagues demonstrated that carotid endarterectomy rates jumped far more significantly in the first few months after prepublication release of the results of 2 seminal trials on this subject than after final publication of these trials.
In the catalog revision cycle before releasing a new version of the catalog is a prepublication as yellow print the practical test.
Today's food supply is highly diverse and increasingly complex, with many new foods in the marketplace that pose new food safety challenges," the FDA wrote in a prepublication summary for the (https://www.
The country was notorious for jailing political activists and journalists, and requiring reporters to submit their stories prepublication to the Press Scrutiny and Registration Division (aka the censorship board).
Little affirmed that "I had been part of the raid team on the ground and I had decided to write a book about it, it would not have been a tough decision for me to submit the book for prepublication review.
Later, under the pressure of making final prepublication changes, you reminded me again of the epigraph and added, "All of which may suggest I'm getting as spooky as Eleanor Norton (the schoolteacher-mystagogue)" Well, why not?