Examples of publisher in a Sentence
He submitted the manuscript to publishers of children's books.
Recent Examples of publisher from the Web
If Mr. Trump changed his mind, a choice spot for a presidential visit would be Sunnylands, the sprawling estate in Rancho Mirage, built in 1966 by the publisher Walter H. Annenberg.
Goddard eventually lost her job as publisher after her brother married and returned to Baltimore in 1784, taking over the Maryland Journal and ousting his sister.
Filming of the episode took place at the Hollywood Palladium, the iconic Streamline Moderne venue built by former L.A. Times publisher Norman Chandler in 1940.
The top-20 list comes from Cheetah Lab, the research arm of Cheetah Mobile, a mobile app publisher with roughly 625 million monthly active users around the world.
In exchange, the publishers can share some of the revenue for ads that roll in the middle of the videos; Facebook will control all the ad sales.
Big textbook publishers like McGraw-Hill, Macmillan Publishers, and the American Psychological Association printed guidelines about how to publish less sexist material.
The publisher of the 352-page Phil Steele College Football Preview joined me on The Opening Kickoff on WNSP-FM 105.5 in Mobile, Alabama, on Wednesday to talk about his picks.
Complaints about Google continue to pour in to the EU, most recently from publishers about Android software.
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PUBLISHER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of publisher for English Language Learners
: a person or company that produces books, magazines, etc.
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