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Noun1.print 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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NISS on Tuesday seized print runs of al-Siyasi newspaper from the printing house for mentioning the issue of the college students who ran off to join the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
Tenders are invited for Provide Cover, A4, A5, B5-format offset printing and digital print runs various on-demand, books stitching and gluing Scope:
Khartoum/Juba: Sudanese security officers seized the print runs of 13 newspapers on Monday in one of the most sweeping crackdowns on the press in recent years, a media watchdog said.
The brochure specialist prints the versatile advertising products in a wide variety of print runs from one to 200,000 copies.
Saddle stitching, adhesive or spiral binding in print runs of 1 to 200,000
Offset printing is best for large print runs or coated stock, while digital printing is best for small print runs, additional paper options, and fast turnaround time.
Unlike other plates, which are engineered for very long print runs for wide web flexible packaging, Cyrel DFUV is specifically designed for shorter print runs using UV inks on high priced stock where minimizing the startup waste is essential.
Epson has launched its latest A3+ photo printer with convenient high-capacity inks perfect for medium print runs, and which has a compact footprint to fit small desk spaces.
Christie's South Kensington said Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone is the most valuable book in the Harry Potter series, with first editions becoming common during large print runs, from The Goblet of Fire onwards.
The method proposed holds good only for works with small print runs (such as expensive maps), where the damage to the printing surface in successive printings is minor in comparison to deterioration over time.
As press temperatures change during print runs, these new generation resins can provide the consistent sharp-dot quality ink makers require, even on economical substrates, according to Eastman.
Tuesday night's offerings were the first printings - including shots of Muhammad Ali, Evander Holyfield, Lance Armstrong, Sammy Sosa, Billie Jean King, Marion Jones and Derek Jeter - but other print runs of the portraits are being auctioned online at www.