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Out Of Print ( that book or magazine is no longer being published ... )

"Out Of Print"

A book which is out of print is not being published anymore.

Example: "Why is it so hard to find this book?" Reply: "It is out of print."

Example: An out of print book is not so easy to find because the company that published that book does not printing it anymore.

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