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  • n. Alternative spelling of serialization.

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

  • n. publication in serial form

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Examples

  • The idea for the serialisation was the brainchild of McCall-Smith himself and the

    New Media Knowledge - Articles

  • It differed from its two predecessors, however, in finding a course also open to it, from month to month, in "Macmillan's Magazine"; which was to be for me one of the last occasions of simultaneous "serialisation" in the two countries that the changing conditions of literary intercourse between England and the United States had up to then left unaltered.

    The Portrait of a Lady — Volume 1

  • And I want to let you know that online serialisation of my new novel Corvus will be beginning shortly.

    If you send me an email

  • A wonderful internet guru/genie is hard at work on my new website, which will go live within the next few weeks to coincide with serialisation of Corvus.

    The eye of the storm

  • However, with serialisation of Corvus approaching, please let me reiterate my firm intention not to discuss my fiction in public.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • I don't know how he does it might just as easily be one's verdict on the mayor of London Boris Johnson, whose sexploits are being discussed again, thanks to Sonia Purnell's new biography and the serialisation in the Sunday Times.

    Hugh Muir's diary

  • Read more in The Mail's serialisation of Chris Mullin's diaries.

    “Gordon is obsessive, paranoid, secretive and lacking in personal skills. I’d probably pack it in if Gordon became leader.”

  • "Our serialisation of a forthcoming book about the actress Vanessa Redgrave and her family on 7th May included the allegation that she had once found her husband in bed with her father," it said.

    Hugh Muir's diary

  • But where does this compulsion come from, to adorn to the point of suffocation a story that seems to have pleased an awful lot of people in a hundred languages in the century and a half since its original serialisation?

    This steampunk take on The Three Musketeers doesn't buckle my swash

  • My goodness they knew how to produce a hefty tome in those days (magazine serialisation helped).

    Zola and Naturalism « Tales from the Reading Room

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