reprinted[ verb ree-print; noun ree-print ]SEE DEFINITION OF reprinted
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The play in its first edition is rare, but, in 1887, it was reprinted by the Dunlap Society.
The letters were reprinted in San Francisco and widely read.
Many of them, however, have been reprinted by the Hunterian Club (1872-86).
These tunes were reprinted in three parts from Playford's "Book of Psalms."
Translated by Christopher Featherstone, reprinted, Edinburgh, 1844.
Preface to Idylliums of Theocritus, reprinted in same volume.
The Palace of Pleasure, as enlarged by the Translator, is now reprinted.
I do not suppose it likely that any of my works should be reprinted after my Death.
The text is reprinted from the edition of 1873, but with the spelling modernised.
I should be glad for the new edition to be reprinted and not the old.