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The production of genuine popular ballads began to wane in the fifteenth century when the printing press gave circulation to the output of cheap London writers and substituted reading for the verbal memory by which the ballads had been transmitted, portions, as it were, of a half mysterious and almost sacred tradition.
During the interval of three centuries which has elapsed since the publication of this volume of Nevelet's, no book, with the exception of the Holy Scriptures, has had a wider circulation than Aesop's Fables.
"What can I ever do for you, son, in payment?" Tarwater, stoking the fire, would sometimes ask Liverpool, beating now one released hand and now the other as he fought for circulation where he steered in the freezing stern-sheets.
It was very different from the circulation of the fluid in the elastic bag, containing the thin extremity of the axis.
Our consciousness rarely registers the beginning of a growth within us any more than without us: there have been many circulations of the sap before we detect the smallest sign of the bud.
In the old days, you counted the number of newspapers you printed, subtracted the leftovers after distributing or selling them at the newsstand, and you more or less had your circulation numbers.
Publishers have pushed rules through the circulation group the Alliance for Audited Media -- formerly known as the Audit Bureau of Circulations -- that sharply curtail the ability to make comparisons between papers and which allow frequencies as low as three days a week to be listed as "daily" newspapers.
Section 2 looks at the growth in currency in circulation as a whole, sections 3 and 4 look at the composition of, respectively, banknotes and coins in circulation, and section 5 covers the note-processing function of the Bank.
The Telegram & Gazette, the state's third largest newspaper, had an average daily circulation of 72,871 and a Sunday circulation of 83,237.
Louis Post-Dispatch was not listed for daily circulation among the top 25 newspapers.
Marquis distinguishes permanent from irreversible cessation of circulation. Cessation of circulation can be said to be permanent if, once it stops, it will neither restart spontaneously--"autoresuscitate"--nor will be restarted by medical resuscitation.