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private press

n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a printing establishment primarily run as a pastime
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Zakk Wylde will also be conducting a private press conference inside theSchecter / NAMM booth 210D at 5:00pm on Friday, January 22, 2016.
The two companies will host a private press and analyst reception today at CES 2015 in Las Vegas to showcase Charter's new solution and Cisco's key contributions for the first time.
At a private press launch on Thursday, the experience was revealed to a group of adults and children.
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.
Algeria dates its Arab Spring back to 1988, when pro-democracy protests paved the way for a multi-party system and the birth of a private press.
Michael will then travel to New York where he will participate and make several appearances at a number of pre Super Bowl events, hold a private press book reading, and appear on morning news shows and radio stations.
Rising on a point of order, Leader of the Opposition Syed Khurshid Ahmad Shah said they will not accept printing of ballot papers from private press for the Local Bodies Elections.
In the last 14 years, Venezuela has used different laws and measures to progressively break down the private press, with a majority in the National Assembly and control over judicial authorities.
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