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review copy

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(Journalism & Publishing) a copy of a book sent by a publisher to a journal, newspaper, etc, to enable it to be reviewed
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Noun1.review copy - a copy of a newly published book that is sent for review to a writer or periodical
book - a written work or composition that has been published (printed on pages bound together); "I am reading a good book on economics"
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review copy

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A complimentary review copy of this book was provided for review purposes.
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What I am saying is that, according to my taste, Boucher's "Review Copy" is his greatest dark fantasy--his greatest horror story, in the casual way that term is currently used.
Get in touch with music bloggers and invite them to gigs, send them a review copy of your album.
Clues to win the cash prize of $500,000 in gold coins for solving the puzzles of the worldwide scavenger hunt were not included in the review copy.--Pam Carlson.
This review copy is being passed on to a godson about to take his first school trip overseas--to Paris.
When a review copy of Fear & Loathing arrived in the office, it was initially dismissed as just another book about Ronaldo and Messi, rivals at two of the world's biggest clubs, and it slowly became buried under reams of paper, magazines and more incoming books.
The catch is that these works often never reach a reviewer unless the composer sends a review copy, as commercial publishers have always done.

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