periodical

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  • Some of the above characters first appeared in various periodicals at different times.
  • Little help could be expected from women's rights periodicals because so few remained.
  • He founded periodicals and schools and became the first minister of education in a European country.
  • When it finally appeared, some leading periodicals helped put it on the map.
  • James has published poetry in periodicals all over the English-speaking world.
  • Other branches have published their own periodicals from time to time, but few have been very long-lived.
  • She wrote many articles and short stories for publication in various Canadian periodicals.
  • Many of these materials were initially published in Church periodicals in the early days of church.
  • He has written articles published in many periodicals, and he has authored eight books.
  • It was one of the first periodicals that supported the national movement.
  • He started two important publications, and was author of many books and periodical articles.
  • Even when the news periodicals emerged, many of these co-existed with them.
  • At the same time, she began a mission page in a Catholic periodical.
  • The Center contains both books and periodicals about both the woman and her writings.
  • During his time as editor he published many of this works within the periodicals, for which he was responsible.
  • Since that time the total number of active periodicals has steadily increased.
  • She also wrote novels and poems which did not make their first appearance in periodicals.
  • Besides his novels, he has had short fiction published in a number of periodicals.
  • This does not include recent collections of early stories which were originally published in periodicals.
  • From that time, he wrote short stories for periodicals, having already authored several books.
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Words starting with periodical

Meaning of periodical

  • noun A publication that appears at fixed intervals