Offprint

• (n.) A reprint or excerpt. • (v. t.) To reprint (as an excerpt); as, the articles of some magazines are offprinted from other magazines.
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offprint

reprint noun a separately printed article that originally appeared in a larger publication
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Offprint

Off'print` noun A reprint or excerpt.
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Offprint

Off`print' transitive verb [ Off + print .] To reprint (as an excerpt); as, the articles of some magazines are offprinted from other magazines.
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Offprint

A run-on or reprint of an article first published in a magazine or journal.
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Offprint

A separately issued article, chapter, or other portion of a larger work, printed from the type or plates of the original, usually at the same time as the original
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Offprint

A separately printed section of a book or publication, usually an individual article or essay.
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offprint

An excerpt of a larger publication that has been printed and bound separately for promotional purposes. For example, publishers will print and bound a chapter of a book to send to booksellers or for the author to give away before the entire book is published. Scholarly excerpts are another example; a portion of a large journal piece printed for a p...
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offprint

[n] - a separately printed article that originally appeared in a larger publication
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