Back Issue


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Back Issue

Any periodical other than the most current issue. Libraries and other institutions often store back issues of periodicals for historical purposes.
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Melbourne [Australia], April 10 ( ANI ): In a major blow to Mumbai Indians, Australian fast bowler Pat Cummins has been ruled out of the remainder of the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) season due to a back issue.
There are 2 reasons for the imminent and sudden emergence of all the back issues:
My wife was having chronic back issues (later we would find out it was three ruptured disks), but according to the Navy doctors, the back pain could be managed by pain medication.
Purchase of an LDQ back issue online is no different than purchasing a print copy of a back issue.
The 40-year-old confirmed he would not be playing in California this week or in the Turkish Airlines Open on the European Tour in November as he continues his recovery a back issue.
If you went that extra mile to help me find a back issue, then I can't begin to imagine what you have done for your magazine.
There was one newspaper I recall that offered the public the opportunity of getting a back issue of the paper from the day they were born.
If I forgot to purchase BE, I'd always order the back issue. I've since purchased a subscription.
Each back issue of The GreenDisk journal may be ordered separately for $10.
Decades from now, readers searching for a back issue of Science News might pop a metal pin into a microscope instead of threading a roll of microfilm into a projector.
I have also been known to take the back issue on holiday in a suitcase.