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  • v  publish again
    The scientist republished his results after he made some corrections
  • v  revive (a cancelled will or a libel)

  • It couldn't be easier to obtain permission to republish PTI content in books, newsletters, or other publications for editorial and commercial uses.
  • It's worth noting that the vast majority of Western news outlets (including PTI) have chosen not to republish the cartoons, out of deference to Islamic sensitivities.
  • In June Le Monde agreed not to proceed with libel lawsuits against the authors, who in turn agreed not to republish their book, but the damage was done.
News & Articles

  • Letter: More Bias Than Insight
    It is astounding that the Los Angles Times would publish an op-ed so full of anti-corporate bias, misstatements and faulty logic, and that our very own Valley News would see fit to republish the same (“Apple’s Tax Tricks Give Rise to Lousy Reform Ideas,” June 3).
    June 12, 2013 - Valley News
Quotes

  • Francis Pangilinan in Inquirer.net
    The Senate is a continuing body. It need not republish its rules unless there have been amendments. We have not amended our rules since 1995,said Pangilinan.
  • Larry McMurtry in Los Angeles Times
    Elsewhere, he criticizes the ambitious Library of America project, which enshrines classic works of US fiction and nonfiction in special black-jacketed editions: "At least half of the books they republish seem to me wholly unreadable, with a few...

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