from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A second impression, as of a book, that is identical to the original; a reprint.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A. second or repeated impression; that which is reimpressed.
- noun The reprint or reprinting of a work.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun A second or repeated impression; a reprint.
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- noun A second or repeated
impression; a reprint.
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Now the editor of the Irish reimpression, who must have omitted to consult the edition of Steevens, merely committed a _blunder_ in attempting to unite the two fragments as first published by Mr. Malone.
Dromere made no attempt at editing the work much beyond what was necessary to secure an exact reimpression.
Catecismo y Doctrina is mentioned (Mexico, 1556), and a reimpression
The main difference between this reimpression and the Antwerp edition lies in the fact that the supplementary additions to sundry commentaries printed by the Bollandists at the end of the single volumes, or of a set of volumes are transposed in the Venetian edition and joined to the commentary to which they refer; hence the contents of each volume are not in close correspondence in the volumes similarly marked in both editions.
Schott then threatened me with an action for libel, as he said that, according to his agreement, his edition was not a reprint (Nachdruck), but a reimpression (Abdruck).
_Holt_, _Stanbridge_, and _Whittinton_: a reimpression, or a new edition, is a matter of almost equal indifference: for his slumbers are broken and oppressive unless _all_ the _dear Wynkyns_ and
Its single reimpression (Boston, 1771) is said to be yet rarer than the original.
“J'ai discute avec Lewes l'idee de faire la reimpression de mes articles, et il m'a conseille de ne pas le faire si je puis fonder un livre sur ces articles.