re-edition

re-edition

(ˌriːɪˈdɪʃən)
n
(Journalism & Publishing) a new edition
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Making waves this year will be the diving model which is a re-edition of a famous collection from the late '50s: the Scafograf 300.
Fans of the brand would be happy to know that the re-edition of the classic designs will be available in the stores.
The awards include smartphones, which are part of a donation made to NTAL in January 2018 on the closure of the European Union Election Observation Mission to Liberia, and copies of the re-edition of the book Legends of Liberia, a collection of orally transmitted traditional stories from across the sixteen tribes of Liberia, sponsored by the European Union.
Of significant import is the presence of two "complementary addenda," both of which add yet new material to the original presentation of KRI 7: the re-edition by Grandet of the Death of King Siptah and the Year 4 Karnak Stela of the High Priest Bakenkhonsu are included.
Amir Kabir is a re-edition of the TV series Sultan-e Sahebqaran (1976) compiled into a movie by its director.
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.
In order to compensate for the lack of children's literature in Afrikaans, publishers rely on re-edition (of translations as well as of original works) and retranslation.
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.
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.