Crossword clues for publication
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Publication \Pub`li*ca"tion\, n. [L. publicatio confiscation: cf. F. publication. See Publish.]
The act of publishing or making known; notification to the people at large, either by words, writing, or printing; proclamation; divulgation; promulgation; as, the publication of the law at Mount Sinai; the publication of the gospel; the publication of statutes or edicts.
The act of offering a book, pamphlet, engraving, etc., to the public by sale or by gratuitous distribution.
The publication of these papers was not owing to our folly, but that of others.
That which is published or made known; especially, any book, pamphlet, etc., offered for sale or to public notice; as, a daily or monthly publication.
An act done in public. [R. & Obs.]
His jealousy . . . attends the business, the recreations, the publications, and retirements of every man.
Publication of a libel (Law), such an exhibition of a libel as brings it to the notice of at least one person other than the person libeled.
Publication of a will (Law), the delivery of a will, as his own, by a testator to witnesses who attest it.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
late 14c., "the act of making publicly known," from Old French publicacion (14c.) and directly from Latin publicationem (nominative publicatio) "a making public," noun of action from past participle stem of publicare "make public," from publicus (see public (adj.)). Meaning "the issuing of a written or printed work" is first recorded 1570s; as the word for the thing so issued, from 1650s. Parallel publishment had a shadowy existence alongside this word, in local and specialized use, into the 18c.
n. 1 The act of publishing printed or other matter 2 An issue of printed or other matter, offered for sale or distribution 3 The communication of information to the general public etc.
To publish is to make content available to the general public. While specific use of the term may vary among countries, it is usually applied to text, images, or other audio-visual content on any traditional medium, including paper ( newspapers, magazines, catalogs, etc.). The word publication means the act of publishing, and also refers to any printed copies.
Usage examples of "publication".
It took the position that even if freedom of the press was protected against abridgment by the State, a publication tending to obstruct the administration of justice was punishable, irrespective of its truth.
Let them accede, then, to his proposition for a committee, and he would pledge himself to explode the fallacy of agricultural protection, and to put an end to the present system within two years from the publication of its report.
Inasmuch as it is within the power of a State to provide that one who has undertaken administration of an estate shall remain subject to the order of its courts until said administration is closed, it follows that there can be no question as to the validity of a judgment for unadministered assets obtained on service of publication plus service personally upon an executor in the State in which he had taken refuge and in which he had been adjudged incompetent.
The objects of tile Institute were the advancement and propagation of information in Egypt, and the study and publication of all facts relating to the natural history, trade, and antiquities of that ancient country.
Combination rate-a discounted rate paid by an advertiser who commits to running space in various publications owned and operated by the same company.
Inserts-also known as fi-eestanding inserts, these promotional materials are produced by the advertiser and then inserted into publications, either blown in or bound in.
Typically readers simply circle a number that corresponds to an advertiser, and the publication forwards the cards to the company, which can follow up with a phone contact or by sending requested literature.
Since my responsibility was not only to promote the publication to subscribers but to advertisers as well, we used a theme that hit a high note with the advertising community.
He wrote love stories, a thing I have always kept free from, holding the belief that the well-known and popular sentiment is not properly a matter for publication, but something to be privately handled by the alienists and florists.
Track Almanac subscribers to tell them that their remaining payments should be made to another publication called What to Expect.
So I abandoned my original work and began the greater one, even though I had amassed considerable material by that stage and publication would, undoubtedly, have gained me both the fame in the world and the patronage of the mighty which have forever eluded my grasp.
It is much to be regretted that the laws of copyright and the methods of publication stand in the way of annotated editions of works of current controversial value.
Another of the advance copies Mornington had sent personally to the Archdeacon, and a few days before the official publication, and some four weeks after the archidiaconal visit to the publishing house he had a letter in reply.
Catholic Inquisition published the book that arguably could be called the most blood-soaked publication in human history.
The atheistical works of Robert Ingersoll were not purchased by the rank and file of the Republican Party for purposes of party propaganda, but the rank and file of the Revolutionary Party spend large sums of money on publications in which their avowed leaders teach atheism as part of the Socialist program.