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publishing

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpublishingpub‧lish‧ing /ˈpʌblɪʃɪŋ/ ●●○ AWL noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 TCNthe business of producing books and magazines 🔊 Tony wants to get a job in publishing. 🔊 a new publishing house (=publishing company) desktop publishing
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publishingHowever, I don't handle the band's royalty income from records and publishing.Perhaps the best example of the problems that this approach can cause is the Atari desktop publishing system.These requirements exclude virtually all the current desktop publishing products for reasons that will become immediately obvious.It is often assumed that the world of desktop publishing begins and, for some people, ends with the Apple Macintosh.Its activities cover programming, installation and maintenance, staff training, desktop publishing as well as graphic art and video production.Computer-training is a fast-growing market, but a very different one from publishing.And you're still dreaming this impossible dream about you and some fantastic job in publishing.Marcia has worked in publishing for at least 10 years.Primary Primary publishing remains a strong growth area, with most of the major publishers producing new courses.publishing houseAs part of the exhibition, the celebrated publishing house will be showing six films it has produced on the Catalan artist.His next moves were to acquire a major London publishing house and the prestigious London Times newspaper.The national news agency and the major publishing houses struck.Everything l needed was right here libraries, newspapers, publishing houses, lectures, even a Writers' Club.In the colonies there were no publishing houses or distribution systems.Just in the past year, the party has banned dozens of books and closed numerous publishing houses.Other publishing houses in other countries will naturally prefer artists who are already internationally well known.Lessing, from the publishing house.
From Longman Business Dictionarypublishingpub‧lish‧ing /ˈpʌblɪʃɪŋ/ noun [uncountable] COMMERCEthe business of producing books, newspapers etcTony wants to get a job in publishing.Viking-Penguin, the New York-based publishing house, announced a book deal with Clark worth $4.2 million. desktop publishing
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