PUB

(redirected from publish)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
AcronymDefinition
PUBPueblo (Amtrak station code; Pueblo, CO)
PUBPublic
PUBPublication
PUBPublisher
PUBPublish
PUBPublic Utilities Board
PUBPublicity
PUBPublication (file name extension)
PUBPublic House (UK)
PUBPop-Up Blocker
PUBPush Up Bra
PUBPop up Blocker
PUBPublisher File
PUBPublicite
PUBMicrosoft Publisher File (file extension)
PUBPredictions in Ungauged Basins (International Association of Hydrological Sciences initiative)
PUBPeptic Ulcer Bleeding
PUBPlease Unban Me
PUBPueblo, CO, USA - Pueblo Memorial Airport (Airport Code)
PUBPoor Urban Biker
PUBPanhellenic Union of Biologists (Greece)
PUBPhilip's Uncle's Boat (Little Britain sketch)
PUBParis Ultra-Wide Band
PUBProposal Update Bulletin
References in periodicals archive ?
Now in a fully updated and significantly expanded second edition, Rudy Shur draws upon his years of experience and expertise to provide aspiring writers--who may have a great idea for a nonfiction book, but often don't know a thing about getting it published--with practical answers to such questions as: Where do you start?; What should you send?; and Are some book publishers better than others?, in the pages of "How to Publish Your Nonfiction Book: A Complete Guide to Making the Right Publisher Say Yes".
Formats: In what formats is it possible to publish the book?
That same house issued Lamont's Humanism as a Philosophy in 1949, which was revised in 1957 as The Philosophy of Humanism and published by Frederick Ungar.
The AOCS will continue to publish "Inform," a monthly business and scientific publications that is targeted to professionals interested in the science and technology of fats and oils, surfactants, detergents, proteins, oleochemicals, and related substances.
Printing-on-demand technology and online self-publishing service providers are shaping the future of publishing by making it easier for aspiring authors to get published. Here are five Internet services worth looking into:
That plan would be published in a book that had to be in stores in time for the next televised town hall meeting in February 2006.
* The Arab European League has announced it will publish a daily cartoon lampooning such sensitive issues as the Holocaust.
Rose is the man who published the dirty dozen cartoons of Mohammed, one of them featuring his turban shaped like a bomb, that sent Muslims everywhere into February's fine fury.
Janine Macbeth intends to start her own company one day and publish books for diverse children of color.
All journal publishers face many formidable obstacles in their efforts to publish critical health information.
Instead, the protocols and results should be made available on regulated Web sites." The journals would then publish articles critically describing them--but the reporting of the results themselves would be less subject to manipulation.
In 1922, we published Einstein's Meaning of Relativity; less than a decade later, we published Frank Lloyd Wright's Modern Architecture.