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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of publishers in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

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    The numerical value of publishers in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

Examples of publishers in a Sentence

  1. Derek Wilding:

    If Google can demonstrate that it can reach agreement with some publishers then its aim is to show that commercial arrangements can be made in the absence of some kind of legislative intervention, the question is whether those arrangements are suitable for all publishers. The kind of arrangements that Google can propose will suit some publishers, but not others.

  2. Linda Addison:

    Publishers are being called out if people realize a table of contents is all filled with straight White men.

  3. Jeev Trika:

    Before Google refined their algorithm, getting on the first page of search results often could be achieved with tactics like keyword stuffing and artificial linking schemes, but those days are gone, because of changes to Google’s algorithms, Internet entrepreneurs and Web publishers like myself now go the extra mile to provide websites and articles that are relevant, useful, and written to journalistic standards, and that has made the virtual world a better place.

  4. Bill Baer:

    Apple’s liability for knowingly conspiring with book publishers to raise the prices of e-books is settled once and for all.

  5. Campbell Brown:

    It's always been our intention to support journalism in Australia and around the world, and we'll continue to invest in news globally, and resist efforts by media conglomerates to advance regulatory frameworks that do not take account of the true value exchange between publishers and platforms like Facebook.

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