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  • noun Plural form of reimpression.

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Examples

  • Of the New Testament, with which Luther had commenced the work, as many as sixteen original editions, and more than fifty different reimpressions, had appeared up to 1533.

    Life of Luther

  • There are several subsequent reimpressions, but none worth notice except that by Henr.

    Notes and Queries, Number 38, July 20, 1850

  • Of the New Testament, with which Luther had commenced the work, as many as sixteen original editions, and more than fifty different reimpressions, had appeared up to 1533.

    Life of Martin Luther

  • This belief (so at least I read the case) led to the prodigious multiplication of the book, of which not merely the reimpressions, but the separate translations, are past all counting; though bibliographers _have_ undertaken to count them.

    Autobiographical Sketches

  • At a subsequent period you were so kind as to recall me to your recollection on the publicn of your invaluable book on the Philosophy of the Human Mind, a copy of which you sent me, and have been happy to see it become the text book of most of our colleges & academies, and pass thro 'several reimpressions in the U.S.

    Letters

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