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partwork

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(Journalism & Publishing) Brit a series of magazines issued as at weekly or monthly intervals, which are designed to be bound together to form a complete course or book
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part work

n (printing) → Partwork nt, → Lieferungswerk nt, → Fortsetzungswerk nt
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Hachette, are one of the leading Partwork Licensees globally, and we are extremely happy to partner with them on this iconic project.
Mary Owen, of Allerton, called to say she liked yesterday's partwork, adding: "I loved the picture of Bessie Braddock in the Culture Heritage Collection, I had never seen it before.
MODEL fans building a famous German battleship from a partwork magazine could be sunk by the price - pounds 700.
News distribution and aviation services group John Menzies is reviewing its magazine packing operation after a slump in sales of monthly and partwork titles.
is Japan's largest publisher and contents provider, delivering the latest technology and management information through a media mix of magazines, books, websites, partwork, tradeshows, research, consulting, and seminars.
DVD Extras: Commentary, selected scene cast commentary, making of, deleted scenes, The Director And The Screenwriter feature, partwork, TV spots, theatrical trailers.
YOU have collected our fantastic ' Back in the Days' football heritage partwork - now the ECHO is offering readers the chance to own a superb print from the series.
99 SAVE: pounds 472; CUTTY Sark partwork has 100 issues.
IT seems impossible to switch on the television these days without being bombarded by commercials advertising some new partwork or other.
TO celebrate the second instalment of our fabulous Robbie Williams partwork inside today's Sunday Mirror, we've got five FREE pairs of tickets to his concert at Milton Keynes on July 22 to be won.
News distribution and aviation services group John Menzies said yesterday it was reviewing its magazine packing operation, after a slump in sales of monthly and partwork titles.