Jaico, for example, printed its 55th edition in 2010, claiming to have sold 100,000 copies in the previous seven years.
Stephen Miller writes Remembrances, the obituaries feature in the Weekend edition of The Wall Street Journal.
With the release of a ninth edition, Jessica Bennett on why the 40-year-old text still matters.
early 15c., "version, translation, a form of a literary work;" 1550s, "act of publishing," from French édition or directly from Latin editionem (nominative editio) "a bringing forth, producing," also "a statement, account," from past participle stem of edere "bring forth, produce," from ex- "out" (see ex-) + -dere, comb. form of dare "to give" (see date (n.1)). "It is awkward to speak of, e.g. 'The second edition of Campbell's edition of Plato's "Theætetus"'; but existing usage affords no satisfactory substitute for this inconvenient mode of expression" [OED].