- n. Plural form of edition.
“Does anyone know what the difference between all of the editions is and which one is the best buy?”
“Usually some artwork in these editions is based on well known photos of the person being profiled.”
“Unlike a 1960s Warhol print published in editions of 250, these tins can run in editions of five figures ... but at a recent Hint Mint charity event, one collector shrieked with joy when she unwrapped a grab bag of these and found an Owen Smith-illustrated tin numbered 76 of 35,000.”
“The lack of language packs in Home editions is discriminatory to me.”
“Love-him-or-hate-him comix artist Johnny Ryan just issued four new hand-screened prints in editions of 100.”
“I think Gordon is mostly referring to e-editions from the established large houses.”
“Back Pages had a rack of classic books, editions from the 60s and 70s that had trashy covers that in no way reflected their contents.”
“In the first volume is published the very first printed Missal of Esztergom (Missale Strigoniense 1484), the second volume contains a critical edition of a normative liturgical text regulating the celebration of the Esztergom Use, the Ordinal of Esztergom (Ordinarius Strigoniensis), of which we know six different editions from the period between 1493 and 1520.”
“I think providing free content and electronic editions is vital to developing a following in this world, but at the same time, it cannot be the whole of one's publishing portfolio, not unless the publishing climate changes drastically.”
“The -4 to hit for nonlethal damage in a couple of editions is a big problem.”
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