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ePrint

(1) See HP ePrint.

(2) (Electronic PRINT) A digital version of a document.
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If you prefer paper to e-print, the $9.99 paperback price is well worth the money.
All other persons were advised to submit their papers to Cornell E-Print Archive (known as arXiv.org).
Apple iOS device via a Wi-Fi network as well as e-print, allowing users to
Reprints: Authors will receive one free copy of the issue in which their paper appears and an e-print in PDF format.
The devices come with HP Connected Music, HP e-Print, HP Connected Photo, HP File Manager Connected apps.
The Group has established a joint venture, E-Print Solutions, in Malaysia, and operates eight stores there.
Cowley.: Fast growth of magnetic fields in galaxy clusters: a self-accelerating Dynamo, e-print (astro-ph/0508535) (2008).
"Radio Pulsar Timing", e-Print: arXiv:astro-ph/9610145v1, 4-5.
To e-print, or not to e-print: Send a mail to your printer, and find your printout waiting for you.
That was in 1993, when digital skeptics scoffed at an early Indigo iteration called the E-Print 1000 because its toner rubbed off the paper at GRAPH EXPO in Chicago.
E-print servers, such as arXiv.org, provide access to separate articles that may be preprints of articles that will be submitted to peer-reviewed journals by the author, post prints (copies of articles that are also published in journals), or papers that will never be submitted to traditional journals.