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out-of-print

[out-uh v-print] /ˈaʊt əvˈprɪnt/
adjective
1.
being no longer published; no longer printed or reprinted:
a bookstore specializing in out-of-print books.
noun
2.
a book, pamphlet, etc., that is no longer published.
Origin
1665-1675
1665-75
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  • They can stop scouring used bookstores for out-of-print copies of her collections.
  • Virtually any book located-no matter how old or long out-of-print.
  • And for less accomplished, forgotten and out-of-print authors, global digital access to their work can be a godsend.
  • The lamentably out-of-print albums sharpen the focus on what was an amazing, experimental time for rock.
  • But the market for current scientific literature has little in common with that for out-of-print monographs.
  • The following publications are out-of-print and are available for inspection at our office.

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