privilege to publish

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It is a privilege to publish her extraordinary books.
Death by Living is quite frankly one of the finest books that I've had the privilege to publish.
It was my privilege to publish the late Finn Aagaard's first story, but he was really John Wootters' find.
Onazi for the privilege to publish this academic work which shows tremendous understanding of how things really work at the grassroots level.
Secondly, in particularly egregious cases, our group (after an appropriate deliberative process) may elect to limit the author's privilege to publish in our journals for a specified period of time.
There, Scaliger and Constantin had another close friend in the publisher and bookdealer Antoine Vincent, who obtained a privilege to publish in early September 1560 (Constantin himself got the rights seven months later to an annotated edition of this and other works of Scaliger).
Bullen that had elated him: "We count it a privilege to publish your books.
It is a privilege to publish this timely book that calls upon each and every one of us to face up to the environmental crises for no other reasons than it is the right thing to do--and we'll pay dearly if we don't.
It is a privilege to publish the works of such fine and talented authors and illustrators.
It is indeed a privilege to publish 'The Official Barack Obama Inaugural Book' in commemoration of this historic moment in American history," said Five Ties publisher Garrett White.