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- A new impression of an existing edition, or a new edition made from a new setting of type, which is a copy of a previous impression, with no changes in the text except the correction of minor errors. See also: reissue.
- Also refers to a separately issued reproduction of an article, chapter, or portion of a previously published larger work. See also: offprint.
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