Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Because of the large size, only the imprint page and executive summary are available online.
Bibliographically, however, they more closely resemble the imprint page in a modern book.
Anyway, hang on a minute, what’s this on the publisher’s imprint page?
Details from the imprint page of the book follow:
If possible, a photocopy of the imprint page.
Editors should only be listed if they are mentioned on the imprint page; eg,in an anthology.
Printing machines crowd the 12-foot by 30-foot room; across one end is a clothesline where each carefully imprinted page is hung to dry.
Check the Print Version Number just below the copyright statement on the imprint pages of your current Training Package.
The copyright/imprint page (normally the reverse of the title page) Additional material that will appear before the title page (if available)
(Trade paperback editions and hardbacks share the same imprint page, and this page lists the number of reprints; it is updated each time there is a reprint.
Not surprisingly, first editions have no printing history on their imprint page but, if you are lucky, there will be a date of publication on this page or the title page.
Even the end papers, title and imprint pages are well used - motifs, title and publisher's logo, all stylishly incorporated into a statement about time passing, change, decay and renewal.
The imprint page asserts copyright of the paintings for Peter Slater, of the text for Pat Slater, and of the maps for Raoul Slater.
Duckworth held the rights to her books, but did not wish to issue cut-price editions; Cape negotiated the rights in early 1920 and successfully issued the paperbacks under the imprint Page & Co.
In this regard, there is a major omission from the title and imprint pages in that we are given no idea who has actually done the hard work of obtaining the contributions and editing the volume into its final form.
'prelims', preliminaries, preliminary matter The preliminary pages of a book, comprising the half-title page, the frontispiece, the title page, the imprint page, the contents page and any other pages up to the beginning of the main text.
One of the reasons why Reg enjoyed Barry's company so much was that Barry allowed him to practise his ponderous wit, and Barry chuckled dutifully as he picked up the paperback and turned to the imprint page. '