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soft·cov·er

 (sôft′kŭv′ər, sŏft′-)
adj.
Not bound between hard covers: a softcover edition of a novel.
n.
A softcover book.
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Xerox digital presses and "book factories" are used by publishing companies around the world to help revolutionize the economics and availability of book publishing and to create compelling books with photos, full-color capabilities, and hardcovers or softcovers virtually indistinguishable from offset print technology.