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back number

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back issue

n
1. (Journalism & Publishing) an issue of a newspaper, magazine, etc, that appeared on a previous date
2. informal a person or thing considered to be old-fashioned

back′ num′ber


n.
1. an out-of-date issue of a serial publication.
2. Informal. anything out-of-date.
[1805–15, Amer.]
Translations

back number

n (of magazine) → numero arretrato
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AARON Wan-Bissaka has withdrawn from the England squad and returned to United after picking up a 'back issue'.
AARON Wan-Bissaka's first taste of the England senior set-up has ended prematurely due to a back issue.
Summary: Melbourne [Australia], April 10 (ANI): In a major blow to Mumbai Indians, Australian fast bowler Pat Cummins has been ruled out of the remainder of the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) season due to a back issue.
You will notice as you diligently read every word on every page, the similarity in rosy-cheekiness between the boy in my article on transparency scanning on page 22, and the ruffian on the IDMi Back issue teaser-ad, (for that is what it is called,) on page 26.
They may request back issues to fill in their collection of print issues: we will send one back issue for every issue that you are owed on your current subscription; or, we will email you a full PDF version of the new issues that you are owed (request this option by email at wwqr@uiowa.edu).
I HAVE been given a back issue of Remember When (issue no 99).
For those of you who want a specific article or back issue of S&T, but don't want to purchase the entire DVD archive, individual back issues of S&T (1941 to the present day) are now available for purchase in PDF format from our website.
These prints will be available only with the corresponding issue of the Mineralogical Record (subscriber copy or back issue) and will not be distributed separately.
I bought every back issue you have and am sad to not have access to the collective wisdom and experience in back issues that are sold out.
Friday came, and the first brief and flight went well (I did inform the instructor of my wife's back issue).
He said: "The company said my back issue was due to arthritis but when I was at the company I had to try and lift heavy objects without a crane, something which should have been provided.
And if you missed part one, go to our Website and order a back issue. You'll be wealthier for having done it.