A particular version of a text that has been revised or created from a substantially new setting of type
a first edition
The total number of copies of a book, newspaper, or other published material issued at one time
A particular version or instance of a regular program or broadcast
the Monday edition will be repeated on Wednesday afternoons
A person or thing that is compared to another as a copy to an original
the building was a simpler edition of its namesake
the form in which a text (especially a printed book) is published
all of the identical copies of something offered to the public at the same time; "the first edition appeared in 1920"; "it was too late for the morning edition"; "they issued a limited edition of Bach recordings"
an issue of a newspaper; "he read it in yesterday's edition of the Times"
version: something a little different from others of the same type; "an experimental version of the night fighter"; "a variant of the same word"; "an emery wheel is the modern variation of a grindstone"; "the boy is a younger edition of his father"
In printmaking, an edition is a number of prints struck from one plate, usually at the same time. This is the meaning covered by this article. ...
The bibliographical definition of an edition includes all copies of a book printed “from substantially the same setting of type,” including all minor typographical variants.
A literary work edited and published, as by a certain editor or in a certain manner; The whole number of copies of a work printed and published at one time; as, the first edition was soon sold
(Editions) The period of time in which properties are advertised. You can check when editions open and close by checking the advertising schedule on the Your Choice Homes website.
(Editions) Laurence, "Libri Enoch Versio Æthiopica," Oxford, 1838, Dillmann, "Liber Henoch Æthiopice," Leipsic, 1851 (from 5 MSS.); Flemming, "Das Buch Henoch," Leipsic, 1902 (from 14 MSS.); another edition, still fuller than that of Flemming, is being prepared by Professor Charles.
(Editions) the full versions of the game.
An edition of a print includes all the impressions published at the same time or as part of the same publishing event. A first edition print is one which was issued with the first published group of impressions. First edition prints are sometimes pre-dated by a proof edition. ...
All copies of a title issued by the same publisher on the same date.
This is a set of features available when you purchase the RES Workspace Manager 2011 product. Currently, there are 4 retail editions of WM2011: Bronze, Silver, Gold and Enterprise. There is also a separate free edition. ...
Total number of prints pulled from one image and represents the largest body of work for sale from that image. These prints are consecutively numbered to show that the edition is limited by publisher or artist.
In printmaking, the total number of prints made and approved by an artist, usually numbered consecutively. Also, a limited number of multiple originals of a single design in any medium.
All the copies of the book made from a specific set of type (with the exception of minor alterations).
The issue for one press run: home edition, state edition, final home edition, extra.
The authorized number of impressions made from a single image, including all numbered prints and proofs; a limited edition has a specified number noted on the impression. Edition size: number of prints in the edition.
Number of prints made from an original. This number generally does not include any artist proofs or any special editions.
the whole (usually first) printing of a title. See new edition, first edition.
of a Joint Masters Course / Joint Doctorate Programme – the "edition" of an EMMC or EMJD corresponds to the complete duration of the joint course/programme from the enrolment of the students/doctoral candidates up to the award of their masters or doctoral degree; once selected, all individual ...
Chaucer, Geoffrey. The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer. Ed. F. W. Robinson. 2nd ed. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1957.
Refers to the date at which a map or series was made
Believe it or not, nine times out of ten, this obscure term actually means "Publisher's Name". The other one time, it refers to something you'll never see, like "Niemander von Nichtigdorff edition of 1697".
The third, version-level component of a CTS URN is explicitly identified in a CTS TextInventory as either an edition in the original language of the work, or as a translation into a specified language. The version corresponds to the FRBR expression.