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periodical

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishperiodicalpe‧ri‧od‧i‧cal /ˌpɪəriˈɒdɪkəl $ ˌpɪriˈɑː-/ AWL noun [countable]  TCNa magazine, especially one about a serious or technical subject
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periodicalAmong those prickly areas: the use of technology and the process for weeding books and periodicals from the system.Throughout his radical and union career Doherty produced a considerable number of journals and periodicals.There is now no shortage of books, periodicals, videos and audio-visual aids concerned with the field of special needs.In addition, lessons of wider interest will be published in the appropriate management periodicals.There are so many periodicals published that some researchers find the row upon row of them on library shelves very daunting.Readers consulting a specific category will find a complete list of periodicals dealing with that subject.Some of these will be on the periodical shelves at your library and others you might want to send off for.
From Longman Business Dictionaryperiodicalpe‧ri‧od‧i‧cal /ˌpɪəriˈɒdɪkəlˌpɪriˈɑː-/ noun [countable] a magazine, especially one about a technical or serious subject, that comes out regularlyThe company’s publishing operations include business and consumer periodicals.
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