paperbound

pa·per·bound

 (pā′pər-bound′)
adj.
Bound in paper; paperback.
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This is a paperbound reprint of the 2014 clothbound edition.,The origins of human consciousness are hypothesized to lie in the changes in the brain required by the growth of social structure in early hominid societies (which, in turn, worked in a classic case of positive feedback to increase the complexity of said social structures).
Bender, 2013, 306 pp., $27.95, paperbound, Princeton University Press, ISBN 978-0-691-14555-6
The remaining paperbound journals are subject to physical degradation.
The Society of Biblical Literature publishes the paperbound edition; Brill publishes the hardbound.
* Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, $18.95, Paperbound.
costs pounds 24.50 for a paperbound edition and pounds 58 for the clothbound version.
In October, the American Bar Association (Chicago, IL) released "A Legal Guide to Homeland Security and Emergency Management for State and Local Governments," a paperbound book that is designed to help attorneys at the state and local levels and private counsel involved in critical infrastructure understand and comply with the requirements and new issues applicable to respond to threats of terrorism or natural catastrophic events.
This is a paperbound reprint of a 1996 work (Cassell Publishers, Ltd.).
This compact, glossy, paperbound text contains 62 cases in 5 sections: 1) Intestinal Protozoa, II) Blood and Tissue Protozoa, III) Cestodes, Trematodes and Intestinal Nematodes, IV) Blood and Tissue Nematodes, and V) Challenging Cases.
(Downloading requires use of an Adobe Acrobat Reader.) The paperbound version is $24.95 for members;$31.95for nonmembers; order No.
The Association for the Study of the Cuban Economy (ASCE) has just published Volume 9 of its Cuba in Transition series, a 487-page paperbound book which represents the 9th annual meeting of the ASCE, held in Coral Gables, Fla.
In the first installment in this series, Joe Dionne, McGraw-Hill's self-proclaimed corporate evangelist, moves his company out of paperbound silos into a far-flung electronic universe.