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private press

n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a printing establishment primarily run as a pastime
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(TAP) -- Political orientation guides the editorial line of some public and private press institutions in Tunisia, according to the annual report of the Tunis Centre for Press Freedom (French: CTLP) presented at a press conference Wednesday.
Known as Private Press books, these were made in very limited runs, and were often collected for their craftsmanship and their beauty.
To further strengthen relations with the media, President Masisi promised to include the private press on his international trips in the coming financial year.
CAIRO - 8 August 2018: Head of Egypt's National Press Authority (NPA) Karam Gabr said that the Wednesday meeting of the boards of national newspapers and editors of private press institutions suggested raising the prices of publications.
It also obliges partisan and private press institutions to deposit insurance amounts to be paid to their employees when they retire.
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.
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.
have been published in four books, four private press editions, and many
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.ign.com/articles/2016/11/29/nintendo-switch-new-york-hands-on-event-to-take-place-on-january-13) IGN.
"We are back, and just getting started." That's the word from AMD, which dropped some new details in a private press event about its forthcoming Zen architecture.
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