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school edition

noun

text edition

noun
1.
a special edition of a book for distribution to schools or colleges, subject to a special rate of discount, sometimes without a dust jacket (distinguished from trade edition).
Also called school edition.
Origin of text edition
1890-1895
1890-95
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  • All this is omitted, however, from the school edition of "Westward Ho."

    The Jesuits, 1534-1921 Thomas J. Campbell
  • In one school edition of a play there are nearly twice as many pages of introduction and unclassified notes as of the text.

  • This is a school edition of number one, with some of the stories and many of the pictures left out.

    The Preacher of Cedar Mountain Ernest Thompson Seton
  • This is a school edition of "The Lives of the Hunted" with some of the stories and many of the pictures left out.

    Woodland Tales Ernest Seton-Thompson
  • This is a school edition of Lives of the Hunted with some of the stories and many of the pictures left out.

    The Preacher of Cedar Mountain Ernest Thompson Seton
  • Before each girl lay her open exercise-book and school edition of Browning.

    Regiment of Women Clemence Dane

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