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reprint in Newspapers, printing, publishing topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishreprintre‧print1 /ˌriːˈprɪnt/ verb [transitive]  TCNto print a book, story, newspaper article etc again→ See Verb table
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reprintGollancz confirms that they are reprinting 20,000 copies with the deletions.So a major hobby publication like Sports Cards can devote a page to reprint cards without fear of starting a firestorm.An important function of the private presses has been to reprint rare works of historical and literary importance.It was too late to reprint the ballots, so the Machine organized a write-in campaign for Daley.I am pleased to have the opportunity of reprinting the material from the original booklet here.When the booklets were finally sold out, I did not reprint them.