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publishing house

Definitions

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  • n. A company that produces books, magazines, brochures and other texts in print or electronic form.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a firm in the publishing business

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Examples

  • On the failure of Patrick Donahoe's bank and publishing house in 1876, Archbishop Williams came to his rescue and purchased a three-fourths interest in "The Pilot" for the benefit of the depositors in the bank.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 11: New Mexico-Philip

  • The SS publishing house brought out a special magazine entitled, simply, Untermensch, made up of photographs showing the despicable character and appearance of the Eastern foe.

    Barbarossa

  • And as we have no publishing house here to electioneer for their various productions, everybody, booksellers, bookbuyers, teachers, and students, are alike interested in having one uniform series.

    First Annual Report of the General Superintendent of Common Schools

  • College of Bourg at Gresse, in 1786 he entered a publishing house at

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman

  • DEATH OF A GHOST (1934) - The death of the great painter John Lafcadio introduces Albert Campion to the strange world of high art and low intentions. (released separately) ** FLOWERS FOR THE JUDGE (1936) - Albert Campion investigates the scandal-plagued publishing house of Barnabas, Ltd. and discovers the author of a murder.

    Flowers for the Judge

  • One day he learned that Mr. Elkins was associated with the publishing house of Harper and Brothers.

    A Dutch Boy Fifty Years After

  • To this end, a volume of poems, partly old and partly new, had been for some time in preparation, and in September 1807, it appeared from the publishing house of John Hatchard in Piccadilly.

    Crabbe

  • Mr. Frederic Chapman, who was then the sole representative of the publishing house known as Messrs. Chapman Hall, wanted a partner, and my son Henry went into the firm.

    Autobiography of Anthony Trollope

  • Alas, not only the title conspired to make sure that it remained one of the great secrets of 1969, the publishing house was sold just as the book came out, and as a result there was not one iota of publicity to help enlighten the world that my first book was available.

    Kitchen Privileges

  • Nearly eight years after Mozart's death his widow, in response to a request from a famous publishing house for relics of the composer, sent, among other Mozartiana, a packet of letters written to her by her husband.

    The Loves of Great Composers

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