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private press

n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a printing establishment primarily run as a pastime
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Suho, the band's leader, mentioned at a private press conference that there will be an SMTown concert in Dubai this year but the date is yet to be confirmed.
In the act several presentations were made by the journalists of Poto Poto, Radio and Television Equatorial Guinea and Asonga; executives of newspapers of the private press and of the local transmitters like Djibloho, Echoes of Wele-Nzs, La Voz de Kie-Ntem and Center-South, as well as several guests of the company Comercial Martnez Hermanos and the Agency of Canal Plus.
This illustrated book celebrates Larkspur Press, a private press run by Gray Zeitz and his wife Jean Somerville Zeitz in the village of Monterey, Kentucky.
At one point Costa threatened to bring the private press briefing to an end by letting off a fire extinguisher at Conte.
However, the company did say that the private press event in NYC "will further emphasize some of the details that Nintendo plans to announce," according to (http://www.
That's the word from AMD, which dropped some new details in a private press event about its forthcoming Zen architecture.
Each journalist was invited to a private press conference on June 10 at Refugio Beach, where they could meet and interview representatives one-on-one.
8 A move by the owners of seven private newspapers to establish a Chamber of Private Press Industries is met with disapproval by the Journalists Syndicate, which describes the act as a "suspicious and worrying attempt" to dominate the media.
I also picked up a few production techniques at the private press where the paper was put together.
RSF further said the witch-hunt against the private press has also forced at least six publications to close in recent months.
Paige's Marvelous Typesetting Machine (Hill & Dale Private Press and Type Foundry, 2014).
Presidential candidates, including reformers, party leaders, the private press and the president himself, severely condemned this attack on a "key national institution" and defended its head, Gen.
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