press run


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press run

or press·run (prĕs′rŭn′)
n.
1. Continuous operation of a printing press for a specific job.
2. The number of copies printed in one such continuous operation.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.press run - the period that presses run to produce an issue of a newspaper
run - the continuous period of time during which something (a machine or a factory) operates or continues in operation; "the assembly line was on a 12-hour run"
split run - a print run of a newspaper during which some articles or advertisements are changed to produce a different edition
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Designed to assist customers solve common technical defects that can arise in a press run, the troubleshooting app, obtainable on Google Play and the Apple App Store, offers solutions to assist customers solve any challenge they may be facing with their flexographic, sheetfed, paper packaging, gravure, and/or energy curable printing issues.
Schurz said it had upgraded Bedford's Goss Community Press with two stacked units, providing the paper with two additional pages of full color per press run.
One recent budget-cutting move reduced the daily press run to 6,000 copies, down from 8,500.
VIP technology allows for high levels of personalization within a press run, a process referred to as mass customization, or 1-to-1 marketing.
Ljubomir Frckoski writes in his column in Dnevnik that the Government controls two dailies with a total joint press run of 1,200 copies, one weekly, two "private" TV stations, and one miserable public TV station that has a viewer rating and influence on only 10 percent of the consumers.
Information for presses is similar with appropriate changes such as average press run, number of titles published in 2005, simultaneous submission policy, and payment or royalty arrangements.
Users simply enter the peptide sequence, fill in the quantity required, define the resin to use and then press run.
CCN still publishes that newspaper, which has a press run of about 4,200, on Fridays.
It costs about $3,000 to set up an offset press run, which makes sense for 20,000 participants but is prohibitively expensive for less than 5,000 pieces of mail, according to a recent Institutional Investor article by Jinny St.
With an initial press run of 6,000, the publication will be an international calling card for northeastern Ontario's mining products, services and research capabilities.
Botfa said the initial press run of 500 calendars sold out "almost immediately"; by late March, 950 had been sold.
His need for female companionship is examined: When his first wife died while Wilson was in office - and just as World War I was erupting in Europe - he began romancing a new love with unseemly swiftness (a Washington newspaper famously had to scrap an entire press run when a typo reported that Wilson was ``regularly entering'' - rather than ``entertaining'' - his new paramour).