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pre·print

 (prē′prĭnt′)
n.
Something printed and often distributed in partial or preliminary form in advance of official publication: a preprint of a scientific article.
tr.v. (prē-prĭnt′) pre·print·ed, pre·print·ing, pre·prints
To print in advance.
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preprint

(priːˈprɪnt)
vb (tr)
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) to print a section of work in advance
n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a section of work printed in advance of the whole
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Regardless of disciplinary differences, the various stakeholders in the scholarly communication landscape seem to agree that the key benefit of preprint posting is that it enables easy and fast dissemination.
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Elsevier, the information analytics business specializing in science and health, announces SSRN, its world preprint server and early stage research platform, is launching a dedicated engineering network, EngRN, the company said.
The original impetus for preprint servers was the long delay of the peer-review process in the physical sciences.
Preprint is a flexographic print process whereby paper reels are printed before corrugating, thus achieving a high quality finish.
11 December 2012 - US logistics services provider The Clark Group Inc said it had taken over domestic sector firm Preprint Logistics Management Inc for an unspecified amount.
* If you must include your Social Security number on checks, write--never preprint. Be wary about giving the number to anyone but authorized people your banker or accountant, for example.
The second and more important problem was that major advertisers--department stores, grocers, car dealers and the like--that previously had been limited to buying space in a newspaper's regular pages now had a cheaper alternative: preprint delivery.
One of the great advantages of the preprint is that you can use a very large flier folded down to a smaller finished size, giving you lots of space for copy and graphics.
Media Square, the AIM-listed marketing communications and marketing services group, yesterday acquired the ongoing business and certain assets of PrePrint Imaging, a Leeds-based retail marketing services business.