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ABC

abbreviation for ACCEPTABLE BEHAVIOUR CONTRACT.
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59 and a "mid-market" newspaper at 63 pence (source: analysis of Audit Bureau of Circulation data as at December 2015).
The Audit Bureau of Circulation said it was committed to streamlining the process of circulation and certification of the newspapers and periodicals throughout the country.
ISLAMABAD -- The Audit Bureau of Circulation, Ministry of Information, Broadcasting and National Heritage has sent final notices to hundreds of newspapers, advising them to renew their certificates.
According to the latest Audit Bureau of Circulation report, USA TODAY's daily total circulation was 1,829,099 for the period ending 31 March 2011.
And the Audit Bureau of Circulation (ABC) figures show that Irish News sales fell to 48,276* copies and the Ulster News Letter sells just 28,421.
This is all according to the Audit Bureau of Circulation, an independent, third-party circulation auditor of print circulation.
According to the latest Audit Bureau of Circulation Consolidated Media Report, National Post print and online brands attract more than 8 million viewers*.
The latest figures from the Audit Bureau of Circulation - the industry's official sales source - reveal the Daily Mirror is going from strength to strength.
30, the Audit Bureau of Circulation figures also showed that 44 percent of those newspapers--or 986,480--were sold in bulk, in large numbers to conventions, colleges, hotels and the like.
The Audit Bureau of Circulation said: "The November 2001 average net circulation for The Star in the Republic has been reduced by 2,956 copies due to a rules infringement.
The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reported the latest newspaper circulation figures from the Audit Bureau of Circulation last week, but it left out some information about its own numbers.
According to the Audit Bureau of Circulation figures for the period October 1999 to March 2000, the nation's top paper in daily circulation is the Wall Street Journal.

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