new edition


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Noun1.new edition - a publication (such as a book) that has been modified or updated and offered again for sale
publication - a copy of a printed work offered for distribution
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Lowe's luxurious new edition by delightful woodcuts.
Over forty thousand copies have already been sold in the United States and Canada, and a new edition of twenty thousand is on the presses.
But his zeal did not grow cold; and only about five years before his death he took great pains in preparing a new edition of the Indian Bible."
Hobbes, 1655 (?), new edition, 1759; by the translators of the Art of Thinking, 1686, 1816; by D.
If they ever do, perhaps there'll be a new edition.'
Grusczinsky, beaming paternally whenever Annette entered the shop--which was often--announced two new editions in a week.
He immediately became the great man of the moment, and had just begun a new edition of the narrative, with a voice like a field preacher, when the mail stage drove into the village street.
They shall never fill a long-felt want (in the sacramental phrase that is applied to railways, tunnels, newspapers, and new editions of books).
Yet throughout the rest of his life Pope continued with keen delight to work the unsavory production over and to bring out new editions.
Book publisher HarperCollins' non-fiction imprint William Collins has acquired world rights in all languages for a new edition of Sir David Attenborough's natural history title 'Life on Earth', literary news company The Bookseller revealed on Tuesday.
ASHRAE noted that the new editions contains a number of significant revisions, such as new values for climatic design information and updated system design and equipment section.
The new edition of the MOBIDOC scheme held under the sign of excellence is in line with the first edition launched in 2011 with European funding, Lamiri pointed out.

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