out of print

ADJECTIVE
  1. (of books) no longer offered for sale by a publisher
    that edition is out of print
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How To Use out of print In A Sentence

  • An estributor could contact NAME authors not self-pubbed newbies for shelf novels and out of print backlists, arrange for cover art, format for Sony, nook, Kindle, and iTunes, and take a small percentage, say 10%, of the profits for a set amount of time. Archive 2009-10-21
  • Forty special copies housed in a solander box are accompanied by signed prints of six of the best drawn bookplates, price £224, but this edition went straight out of print.
  • It was only last summer that I discovered the band and it was out of print already.
  • Classic literature never goes out of print.
  • Of course, as Father Girardo noted in The Genocidal Democracy - a book which is sadly out of print - this is all according to Washington's plan to make Colombia a compliant country open to unchecked exploitation by U.S. companies with an endless well of hunger for Colombia's vast reserves of oil, coal, fruits, flowers and precious metals and gems, as well as for a desperate workforce willing to accept barely-subsistent wages. Dan Kovalik: Colombia's "Genocidal Democracy" May Have Claimed Over 150,000 Lives*
  • I suspect they are the equivalent of "abandonware" (software that is technically still owned by the company, but it no longer produced or supported by them and is only available by "pirated" download or purchase at a thrift store), or books that have gone out of print and can't be found anywhere but are still under copyright (so they can't be republished and distributed by, say, a fan society). Archive 2008-04-01
  • I'm sorry to see this one is out of print because it's really funny in places, even if the title sort of tells you what happens. Links for 2004-10-02 [del.icio.us]
  • Her first novel is out of print now but you may find a second - hand copy.
  • His poems stopped appearing in major American poetry anthologies, and his books went out of print and remained so.
  • Much of Sinatra's recorded output for Reprise, spanning 1960-88, was out of print, and what was left desperately needed a sonic overhaul and spiffier packaging. Tony Sachs: Frank Sinatra on CD: Nothing But Nothing But The Best
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