print run

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Noun1.print run - the period that presses run to produce an issue of a newspaper
run - the continuous period of time during which something (a machine or a factory) operates or continues in operation; "the assembly line was on a 12-hour run"
split run - a print run of a newspaper during which some articles or advertisements are changed to produce a different edition
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The capability to print brochures in any print run no matter how low is a novelty in the printing industry.
A rare first edition copy of JK Rowling's Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, which had an initial print run of 500 copies, has reached a price of GBP19,700 in an auction at Christie's, exceeding the GBP19,500 price obtained for another copy of the book recently.
So Terry will be delighted to learn his autobiography, Hard Man, Hard Knocks (priced pounds 17.99), is heading for a sell-out of its initial print run of 4,500 copies.
The council had to rush out a second print run to get them to the electors early today.
Mr Gilliland said the new equipment would help cut print run times and further boost the quality of products.
The first Potter book had a first print run of just 500 copies in June 1997.
The final book in the Harry Potter series is set to be published in July 2007 and 12 million copies are planned to be printed in the US, a record for a first print run.
Customers can select different print runs for their order depending on the product and the time of order receipt: "If received by 12 noon, we produce print runs of up to 10,000 flyers, printed in colour on both sides on 135 g/m[sup.2] matt or glossy art print paper, in all standard formats and deliver them the next working day", Heiko Wiederer points out the high print run volume.
Flexo Innovator also assures precise registration throughout the print run, and high-end regulating web tension control technology, resulting in high stability throughout the printing process.
According to the BBC, the book had previously sold 12m hardback versions in the US and the initial paperback print run was increased to 6m.
Publisher John Wiley & Sons has doubled the initial print run for 'iCon Steve Jobs: The Greatest Second Act in the History of Business' by Jeffrey Young.