Examples of publication in a Sentence
The company specializes in the publication of dictionaries.
She has a very impressive list of publications.
Recent Examples of publication from the Web
Announcements are accepted from public and nonprofit organizations only and must be received at least 14 days before the Thursday publication date.
For Turque, the assignment returns him to the publication and beat that helped establish his career.
The publication further reported that, on purpose or not, the two SUVs pulled up to the dorm in perfect time with the solar eclipse, managing to enter and exit largely unnoticed.
Male executives in Armani suits and sleek Italian loafers are seen as powerful, in-demand leaders who will undoubtedly grace the covers of a variety of glossy business publications in various power poses.
A handful of publications pointed out that Insecure’s characters never seem to wear condoms and the backlash against the observation — the counter-argument essentially being that the show isn't an after-school special — got a little heated.
The first appearance of Caucasian can be traced to a 1785 publication, The Outline of History of Mankind, written by Christoph Meiners, a colleague of Blumenbach’s at the University of Göttingen and a fellow German philosopher.
Per capita consumption of soda sank to a 31-year low in the U.S. in 2016, according to Beverage-Digest, a trade publication.
Neuroskpetic, a British neuroscientist who blogs at Discover Magazine, was inspired by previous sting operations against publications that will publish anything if a hapless scientist pays them enough.
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Origin and Etymology of publication
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
PUBLICATION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of publication for English Language Learners
: the act or process of producing a book, magazine, etc., and making it available to the public
: a book, magazine, etc., that has been printed and made available to the public
: the act of printing something (such as an article or photograph) in a magazine, newspaper, etc.
PUBLICATION Defined for Kids
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