re-edition

re-edition

(ˌriːɪˈdɪʃən)
n
(Journalism & Publishing) a new edition
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Karamanou provides the first full-scale commentary on Euripides' Alexandros, along with a re-edition of the Strasbourg papyrus fragments, and new readings of it based on re-inspection.
Based on a Heritage honey-colored model re-edition of a timepiece from 1918, this watch displays Arabic numerals.
This moody orb is a more exacting re-edition of Oscar Tusquets Blanca's La Luna rug, circa the 1980s.
More precisely, it is an English translation of Livshits" Russian publication consisting of two parts: a re-edition of many Mugh documents--this part being a substantial reworking of the initial publication of the texts a half-century before (1)--and the re-publication (and here, translation into English) of several of Livshits' articles on Sogdian texts from various sites in Central Asia.
If the English translation of Year of the Elephant was an 'event in cross-cultural literary history' in 1989, its re-edition twenty years later, and following the exposuers of the 'years of lead,' dramatically recontextualizes the short novel within another concatenation of events and their reprisals in the official reports and personal narratives elicited through truth commissions and human rights testimonies, public affidavits, and personal memoirs--all of which resonate with other such testimony from the recent genealogy of truth commissions and international tribunals, from Argentina to South Africa, from Cambodia to Rwanda, and the former Yugoslavia.
Musically this week, check out Dubliner Gary Tuohy's Edit of Roland Clark's I Get Deep, which is released on Part 2 of Deeptown Music's 2015 re-edition of the classic.
It is a re-edition of all Loulou's jewelry, all her creations and designs.
In 2008, the Ballardini State Institute of Ceramic Art bestowed upon him an award--a, scroll and a soft, white earthenware figurine, glazed (a re-edition of an original Serafino Mattucci of 1933, preserved in the museum MISA--State Institute of Arts Museum in Faenza inside the famous old school, placed in the contemporary structure in 2008, a small sculpture interpreted only on the surface with a perfect, thin layer of gold to a small fire by Stefano Merli).
In the right gallery, visitors were invited to make themselves comfortable at the center of the room, where the artist had placed two large denim-blue beanbags constituting the sculpture Happy Sack Denim Re-edition, 2012.
In addition, the volume offers an interesting chapter on the story behind the 1836 re-edition of Horace de Saint-Aubin's complete works, at a time when Balzac had established a solid reputation writing under his own name.
Malipiero, 3 [Florence: Leo Olschki, 20071) and first performed on 19 November 2009 at the Gran Teatro La Fenice in Venice (Andrea violino conducting the Orchestra and Choir of the Teatro La Fen ice and soloists Carmela Remigio, Veronica Simeoni, Simone Alberghini, and Mario Zeffiri), the score of Maderna's Requiem is now available in a critical re-edition of Maderna's works compiled by Mario Baroni and Rossana Dalmonte, a collection of Maderna's early and some of his mature compositions "In a form best suited to study and performance" (p.
In the case of the Boy Bishop sermon, O'Mara proceeds to demonstrate the best of modern editorial practice with her careful re-edition of the re-dated second edition (c.