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front·list

 (frŭnt′lĭst′)
n.
A publisher's list of new or current titles.
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frontlist

(ˈfrʌntˌlɪst)
n
(Journalism & Publishing)
a. a publisher's list of forthcoming books
b. (as modifier): a frontlist writer. See also backlist, mid-list
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front•list

(ˈfrʌntˌlɪst)

n.
a publisher's sales list of newly or recently published books, esp. those of popular appeal. Compare backlist.
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