- the lending of library books and other materials.
- the number of books and materials that a library has lent.
- the processes connected with providing for the use of library materials, including reserve operations, recall, and record-keeping.
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Representatives of the tech community recorded a video which has had wide circulation on social media, supporting the detained employees.Belarus tech industry rallies around arrested PandaDoc colleagues in new video|Mike Butcher|September 11, 2020|TechCrunch
Indeed, since Facebook’s algorithms give more weight to posts with some time and circulation behind them, Zuckerberg’s ban might not have any significant impact at all.Why Facebook’s political-ad ban is taking on the wrong problem|Tate Ryan-Mosley|September 6, 2020|MIT Technology Review
This technique is proven to increase circulation and reduce soreness.
Until that moment, the movement was not being widely covered in the mainstream press, but the video’s circulation compelled larger media organizations to pay attention.How an overload of riot porn is driving conflict in the streets|Bobbie Johnson|September 3, 2020|MIT Technology Review
Elsewhere, revenue within its “news media” business — which includes The New York Post and The Times of London — declined 41%, which included decreases in both advertising and circulation revenue.How the world’s biggest media companies fared through the ongoing crisis in Q2|Lara O'Reilly|August 12, 2020|Digiday
And besides, the studies that do enjoy widespread media circulation focus on a very narrow segment of the LGBT community: gay men.
The Vatican says it is doing everything it can to take pedophile priests out of circulation.
A three-way tabloid circulation war was being waged amid a three-way mayoral election.
At its height, The Source had a reported circulation of 500,000 and was outselling Rolling Stone on the newsstand.
By 1991, The Source had become the industry bible, building a circulation of 40,000, with nearly $1 million in total revenue.
Almost one-quarter of the total supply printed has been placed in circulation.
Four engravings and at least six pamphlets, all focusing on the bawdy house story, were shortly in circulation.A Letter from Mr. Cibber to Mr. Pope|Colley Cibber
Its entrance into and exit from banks is a flow, but not a circulation against goods.
A great many agents possess the power of attracting leukocytes into the general circulation.A Manual of Clinical Diagnosis|James Campbell Todd
In the diagram the horizontal arrows represent such mere banking operations, not true circulation.
British Dictionary definitions for circulation
- the distribution of newspapers, magazines, etc
- the number of copies of an issue of such a publication that are distributed
- a book loan, as from a library lending department
- each loan transaction of a particular book
- the total issue of library books over a specified period
- (of currency) serving as a medium of exchange
- (of people) active in a social or business context
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see in circulation; out of circulation.