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off·print

 (ôf′prĭnt′, ŏf′-)
n.
A reproduction of or an excerpt from an article that was originally contained in a larger publication.
tr.v. off·print·ed, off·print·ing, off·prints
To reproduce or reprint (an article or excerpt).
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offprint

(ˈɒfˌprɪnt)
n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) Also called (US): separate a separate reprint of an article that originally appeared in a larger publication
vb
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) (tr) to reprint (an article taken from a larger publication) separately
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off•print

(ˈɔfˌprɪnt, ˈɒf-)

n.
a reprint of an article that orig. appeared as part of a larger publication.
[1880–85; translation of German Abdruck]
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offprint


Past participle: offprinted
Gerund: offprinting

Imperative
offprint
offprint
Present
I offprint
you offprint
he/she/it offprints
we offprint
you offprint
they offprint
Preterite
I offprinted
you offprinted
he/she/it offprinted
we offprinted
you offprinted
they offprinted
Present Continuous
I am offprinting
you are offprinting
he/she/it is offprinting
we are offprinting
you are offprinting
they are offprinting
Present Perfect
I have offprinted
you have offprinted
he/she/it has offprinted
we have offprinted
you have offprinted
they have offprinted
Past Continuous
I was offprinting
you were offprinting
he/she/it was offprinting
we were offprinting
you were offprinting
they were offprinting
Past Perfect
I had offprinted
you had offprinted
he/she/it had offprinted
we had offprinted
you had offprinted
they had offprinted
Future
I will offprint
you will offprint
he/she/it will offprint
we will offprint
you will offprint
they will offprint
Future Perfect
I will have offprinted
you will have offprinted
he/she/it will have offprinted
we will have offprinted
you will have offprinted
they will have offprinted
Future Continuous
I will be offprinting
you will be offprinting
he/she/it will be offprinting
we will be offprinting
you will be offprinting
they will be offprinting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been offprinting
you have been offprinting
he/she/it has been offprinting
we have been offprinting
you have been offprinting
they have been offprinting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been offprinting
you will have been offprinting
he/she/it will have been offprinting
we will have been offprinting
you will have been offprinting
they will have been offprinting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been offprinting
you had been offprinting
he/she/it had been offprinting
we had been offprinting
you had been offprinting
they had been offprinting
Conditional
I would offprint
you would offprint
he/she/it would offprint
we would offprint
you would offprint
they would offprint
Past Conditional
I would have offprinted
you would have offprinted
he/she/it would have offprinted
we would have offprinted
you would have offprinted
they would have offprinted
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Noun1.offprint - a separately printed article that originally appeared in a larger publication
article - nonfictional prose forming an independent part of a publication
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Translations

offprint

[ˈɒfprɪnt] Nseparata f, tirada f aparte
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(Will these scores one day be made available as cheaper paperback offprints without the critical commentary?) If I am annoyed at times by the absence of a footnote in the score when I feel a performer's attention ought to be drawn to something, I find myself also bemused to find the occasional footnote that flags something no one would ever dream of performing anyway (e.g., part A, p.
(8) Additional copies available to authors: Authors can purchase offprints at the price of US $5 each, and additional hard copies of the journal at US $10 each (50% of the normal price), mailing and handling costs not included.
The letter should include the e-mail address for contact regarding the manuscript, page proofs and requests for offprints. The letter should also declare that the submitted article has not been published or submitted for publication elsewhere.
Coue sold offprints of the article (viz., 1922a) to his French-speaking audiences immediately after each performance--again, as an aide-memoire.
Publication is also represented in files stuffed with offprints and hand-corrected drafts.
From a moment that I cannot now determine, I grabbed whatever I could lay hands on, and also collected magazine articles or offprints, posters--everything faintly connected.
Before departing abroad in 1922, Il'in had given fifteen books and offprints, six of them autographed, to the Moscow University Library.
Scharlau for sending their books and offprints of their works, which are of great help in the work over this paper.
All articles published in this journal arc protected by copyright, which covers the exclusive rights to reproduce and distribute the article (e.g., as offprints), as well as all translation rights.
There she also kept several rows of books, offprints and manuscripts that she received daily, creating a small-scale transit of thousands of ideas and large amounts of data redistributed by Betty through her manila envelopes.
The most direct indication of effectiveness is the material value of the scientific documentation received as a result of these contacts (reports, preprints, offprints, books, journals).