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    Exclamation The introduction of color

    Hi,

    What this want to express?
    The introduction of color, is It an introduction in which the colors are represented? and "into the journal papers" makes me confused. Were it better if we would say "in the journal papers?" (regarding what said above)

    The introduction of color into journal papers represents another important changein presentation method.


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    P.S. "th" in the title is a missed type, I'm sorry. I have fixed the typo for you.
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    re: The introduction of color

    The introduction of color - When color started being used in the printing (things like photographs, diagrams, headlines, etc)
    Were it better if we would say "in the journal papers?"- Only if you were talking about specific journals. It sounds fine without the article. I wouldn't change it.

    PS Would it be better if we said...?

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    Re: The introduction of color

    Where is that quote from? The expression 'journal papers' seems rather old-fashioned. English dropped the first term (leaving 'papers'), and French dropped the second term (leaving journaux) In English, 'journal' alone refers to something more scholarly.

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    Re: The introduction of color

    Quote Originally Posted by BobK View Post
    Where is that quote from? The expression 'journal papers' seems rather old-fashioned. English dropped the first term (leaving 'papers'), and French dropped the second term (leaving journaux) In English, 'journal' alone refers to something more scholarly.

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    I took it to mean '(academic) papers published in (academic) journals'.

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    Re: The introduction of color

    Doh.

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