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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of publish.

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  • adjective formally made public
  • adjective prepared and printed for distribution and sale

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Examples

  • "This dedication may serve for almost any book that has, is, or shall be published:" -- "that _has been_, or _will be published_."

    English Grammar in Familiar Lectures

  • Edition (_published_ by Mr. Brimley Johnson, but differing considerably from the editions which he has _edited_); and the Winchester Edition, published by Mr. Grant Richards.

    Jane Austen, Her Life and Letters A Family Record

  • The abore are the only works yet published of a series of the GREEK POETS intended to be printed uniformly with them; and a Series of the LATIN POETS of the same sise is in the press: ot which is jrnt published*

    Cicero's Five Books De Finibus: Or, Concerning the Last Object of Desire and Aversion

  • The earliest scientific name that might apply to the southern Dolly Varden of North America is “Salmo lordi,” a name published in 1866 for a char from the Skagit River of Washington and British Columbia.

    Trout and Salmon of North America

  • The oldest scientific name that might apply to southern Dolly Varden as a species or a subspecies is “Salmo curilus,” a name published in 1811 for char of the Kuril Islands.

    Trout and Salmon of North America

  • The earliest scientific name that might apply to the southern Dolly Varden of North America is “Salmo lordi,” a name published in 1866 for a char from the Skagit River of Washington and British Columbia.

    Trout and Salmon of North America

  • The oldest scientific name that might apply to southern Dolly Varden as a species or a subspecies is “Salmo curilus,” a name published in 1811 for char of the Kuril Islands.

    Trout and Salmon of North America

  • The oldest scientific name that might apply to southern Dolly Varden as a species or a subspecies is “Salmo curilus,” a name published in 1811 for char of the Kuril Islands.

    Trout and Salmon of North America

  • The earliest scientific name that might apply to the southern Dolly Varden of North America is “Salmo lordi,” a name published in 1866 for a char from the Skagit River of Washington and British Columbia.

    Trout and Salmon of North America

  • The oldest scientific name that might apply to southern Dolly Varden as a species or a subspecies is “Salmo curilus,” a name published in 1811 for char of the Kuril Islands.

    Trout and Salmon of North America

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