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It was in the year 1640 that the firm referred to undertook the reissue of the Hondius globes of earlier date.
In his reissue of the narrative I see that he was obliged to suppress the terrible notes on the killing.
Where a company has already searched and insured the title, reissue of the policy is made to you at about half the original fee.
IF YOU'RE GOING TO LIVE IN THE COUNTRYTHOMAS H. ORMSBEE AND RICHMOND HUNTLEY
My publishers have been encouraged to reissue the present volume, enlarged by the addition of several new tales.
The reissue of 1870 contained a reprint of the first edition of the 'Ancient Mariner'.
At that moment I saw the black warriors and Riowag reissue from the wood whither they had withdrawn at the priestess' orders.
Accepted by scholars as an authoritative book of reference, it has grown with its growth in public estimation with each reissue.
FAMILIAR QUOTATIONSJOHN BARTLETT
How would it seem possible to reissue a printed book, copy it exactly, and yet make an atrocious blunder?
THE BOOKLOVER AND HIS BOOKSHARRY LYMAN KOOPMAN
The reissue should be welcome to every one interested in Irish history.
A reissue of the gasp might have become "Merciful Gracious!"
WHEN GHOST MEETS GHOSTWILLIAM FREND DE MORGAN

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