from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Periodic.
- adjective Published at regular intervals of more than one day.
- adjective Of or relating to a publication issued at such intervals.
- noun A publication issued at regular intervals of more than one day.
from The Century Dictionary.
- Having a period; performed in a fixed period or cycle; appearing, occurring, or happening at stated intervals; regularly or statedly recurring at the end of a fixed period of time: as, periodical diseases; periodical publications.
- Of or pertaining to magazines, newspapers, or other publications which appear or are published at regularly recurring intervals.
- noun A publication issued at regular intervals in successive numbers or parts, each of which (properly) contains matter on a variety of topics, and no one of which is contemplated as forming a book by itself.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun A magazine or other publication which appears at stated or regular intervals.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun A
publication issued regularly, but less frequentlythan daily
- noun A publication that appears at fixed intervals
- noun Often contains the most current information in the field, on every conceivable topic, often in greater detail than other publication formats.
- noun The primary means for communication of original scholarship or creative work at the cutting edge of research in almost all fields.
Publishedat regular intervalsof more than one day, especially weekly, monthly, or quarterly
- adjective Of, or relating to such a publication
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adjective happening or recurring at regular intervals
- noun a publication that appears at fixed intervals
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Thanks again to my friend who found these in an Italian periodical from the 1930's and took the time to scan them.
I see no regular and affordable periodical from the regular publishers that would make this possible.
I don't want to sound like I'm an apologist for Diamond, but I do think that some of the rhetoric out there is a little crazy, because really good art comix in periodical form have not been able to get any traction in the comics market for several years.
Even though I've read most of this material in periodical form, it's still a joy to revisit Kupperman's absurd, hilarious universe.
Therefore, the State needs to engage in periodical wars that will randomly kill say 1% of all young people.
But, don't try to do chapters in periodical format unless you're prepared to meet the scheduled deadlines for those chapters!
Most of that periodical is full of space photos that most people can get off the Web months before they are published in the TPS table scrappings.
Maybe the time of the printed periodical is passing.
Concerted attacks on Peter Pindar in periodical prose and pamphlet verse began soon after the Lousiad, informed politically by prerevolutionary, metaphysical loyalties and historically by the events of the first Regency crisis, among others.
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