prepublication


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pre·pub·li·ca·tion

 (prē-pŭb′lĭ-kā′shən)
adj.
Of or relating to the time just before a publication date, especially of a book: The marketing department was amazed by the number of prepublication orders.

prepublication

(ˌpriːpʌblɪˈkeɪʃən)
adj
(Journalism & Publishing) of or relating to the time, processes, sales, etc, before publication of a book, newspaper, etc
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prepublication

adj attrvor der Veröffentlichung
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The ICD-10-PCS Code Updates course is available now; the ICD-10-CM Code Updates course, slated to be available mid-August, is available for prepublication purchase.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has released a prepublication copy of its final rule, Occupational Exposure to Respirable Crystalline Silica.
The firm also failed to have in place supervisory procedures to limit the transmission of prepublication research to the firm's trading personnel, to review communications between research and trading personnel to identify potential trading ahead of research or to review e-mails so as to identify or limit the transmission of prepublication research reports to the firm's trading personnel.
The crowd outside Waterstones bookshop in Piccadilly, central London, was so big that people were moved inside early to meet the star - real name Felix Kjellberg - at a prepublication event ahead of the launch of his book, This Book Loves You.
In a prepublication notice dated March 20, EPA states that the proposed rule would require any company that has manufactured or processed a nanomaterial in the past three years, from final rule publication in the Federal Register, to report to EPA.
In turn, this would have led to great scrutiny/ challenge and positive input, which has been sadly lacking because of a failure to circulate even a draft prepublication.
The Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI), Washington, has announced that its staff, outside attorneys and consultants are reading through the prepublication copy of the final rule, released in December 2014, to assess its affect on the industry.
These form an important part of a research facility, often as a sort of prepublication discussion or a discussion of an individual's current research, and as such it is virtually impossible to "publish" this material.
Prepublication review is only allowed to ensure that the publication will not compromise proprietary information provided by the company to the researchers, or to preserve patent rights.
Senior counsel Rajiv Nayar, appearing for the producer, said the law is well settled that the prepublication injunction can't be granted in such cases.
The publishers expressed interest in forging a new prepublication support role in the actual workflow of research.