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go to press

To be printed or published. The star quarterback hadn't responded to our requests for a comment by the time today's paper went to press.
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go to press

[for a publication] to be sent to the printing presses. The book went to press last week. We expect finished books by the first of the month. The book you want to order hasn't even gone to press yet.
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go to press

To be submitted for printing.
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The invasion began as we started work on this issue and now, as we go to press, Bush is declaring the war in Iraq is over.
As we go to press, no word yet on an acceptance of the Nestle/Dreyer's merger from the Federal Trade Commission.
As we go to press, some Democrats seem to be catching on to what's happening, but it remains to be seen whether or when the press and the public will wake up.
As we go to press, the AIDS Treatment Activist Coalition is about to release an action alert on what you can do now, especially in August and September.
But I couldn't let our July/August edition go to press without sharing the excitement of my first great read of the summer
As we go to press, President Clinton has just launched another big conservation idea, a proposal to protect up to 40 million acres of national forest roadless areas as part of his Administration's conservation legacy (see page 12).
As we go to press, the Greenwich Dome, the Government's celebration of the Millennium, appears to be suffering from similar confusions of aim and imagination.
The U-Wire has its subscribers send their top stories via e-mail to its electronic mailbox when their papers go to press at night.