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  • Between six and eight titles are published each year in this series.
  • It was the first book series to be published under an open license.
  • The results from these studies were published all together.
  • These books are rarely published and are typically destroyed or remain private.
  • The book remained popular, and was re-published on several occasions.
  • He still tried to find time to publish more of his work.
  • She continued to write during the following years, but she did not publish.
  • His discovery was kept a military secret, and was not published.
  • Many other card games have been designed and published on a commercial or amateur basis.
  • During the next seven years the brothers continued to research, write and publish.
  • She continued writing but did not attempt to publish for ten years.
  • She would go on to publish nearly twenty titles under her name and with others.
  • Results from the second head count were never published.
  • He continued to publish these for a period of approximately four years.
  • He asked his staff if George should follow suit and publish the story.
  • But she didn't publish a follow up until nine years later.
  • The book later published under that title incorporates little of this material.
  • Many of his works were published posthumously in the first decades after his death.
  • He did not publish any work in philosophy for the next eleven years.
  • He could not however, gain permission to publish it until five years later.
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Meaning of publish

  • verb Prepare and issue for public distribution or sale
    publish a magazine or newspaper
  • verb Have (one's written work) issued for publication
    How many books did Georges Simenon write?, She published 25 books during her long career