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Similarly, when we submit manuscripts, unacceptable things happen.
CATHERINE DULAC FINDS BRAIN CIRCUITRY BEHIND SEX-SPECIFIC BEHAVIORSCLAUDIA DREIFUSDECEMBER 14, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE
It made sense from a marketing standpoint to publish the manuscript when there was mass interest in the experiment, but in hindsight it was too soon.
THE COMPLEXITY AND BRILLIANCE OF TONY HSIEH: A PERSONAL APPRECIATIONAIMEE GROTHNOVEMBER 30, 2020QUARTZ
Plomer claimed that the two were drawn to the manuscript, which dealt frankly with interracial love, only because it was written “with hard pencil on thin paper” — he had no typewriter and ordinary paper was heavy and expensive to mail.
THE MILD-MANNERED POET WHO CHAMPIONED JAMES BONDFIONA ZUBLINNOVEMBER 30, 2020OZY
It's not unprecedented to uncover previously hidden texts on ancient manuscripts.
COLLEGE UNDERGRADS FIND HIDDEN TEXT ON MEDIEVAL MANUSCRIPT VIA UV IMAGINGJENNIFER OUELLETTENOVEMBER 20, 2020ARS TECHNICA
He was never officially asked to join, but on the last day he was given a long-term task — to finish a manuscript the group had been working on since 1975.
INSIDE THE SECRET MATH SOCIETY KNOWN SIMPLY AS NICOLAS BOURBAKIKEVIN HARTNETTNOVEMBER 9, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE
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