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inter- +‎ edition


interedition (not comparable)

  1. Between editions of a publication.
    • 1993, George Bornstein, Ralph G. Williams, Palimpsest: editorial theory in the humanities (page 220)
      Had — contrary to expectation, or knowledge gained by external documentaton[sic] or interedition collation — revision or substantial correction with author participation occurred at any point within these series, the fact was bound to be discovered from comparison of single exemplars of each first and last issue.
    • 2002, Rashelle S. Karp, Bernard S. Schlessinger, The Basic Business Library: Core Resources (page 4)
      Price includes interedition supplement.