Linerboard that was printed and rewound prior to the manufacture of combined board. It's used to make corrugated boxes with high graphic quality.
An item printed in advance of a publication, later inserted loosely into bound copies. Also called a blow-in.
News sections of the paper that are printed in advance, due to press capacity limitations. See Insert
A portion of a publication issued in advance of the completed publication. Publication: Any Government issuance, whether it is a pamphlet, book, serial, map, microfiche, floppy diskette, compact disc, etc. The same basic classification rules apply to all. Publisher: The person, firm, or corporate body undertaking the responsibility (i.e. authority) for the issuance of information products (such as pamphlets, books, serials, maps, microfiche, floppy diskettes, compact discs, etc.) to the public.
A page or section that is printed in advance of the actual publication date. It is later inserted into a particular issue or section of the paper. Preprints are often referred to as "FSI's", i.e. freestanding inserts.
a paper that is ready for submission to a print journal
a research article that is made available to the public before it is formally published
A portion of a work printed and distributed in advance of the publication date announced for the whole, for example, an article to be published in a periodical
A web (roll) of linerboard that has been printed and re-wound prior to the manufacture of combined board. Use requires special equipment on a corrugator to assure precise slit, score and cut-off operations.
To print portions of sheets that will be used for later imprinting.
A portion of a work printed and issued before the publication of the complete work. A paper submitted at a conference which is published prior to the holding of the conference. (From Harrod's...Glossary) See Also Reprint, Offprint.
Work published separately, with its own date of publication in advance of the main work.
To print work in advance to be ready for inserting or imprinting.
Advertising insert printed in advance for a newspaper or magazine.