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In a sense.  LibreOffice Draw runs filters that read the PDF rendering it
into an ODF drawing document--.ODG extension.

At that point it is no longer PDF but rather is a new ODF draw document. 
The drawing document can be edited, parts/pages extracted for use in Draw or
another module, and yes even printed.

So, depends on your needs. For the best fidelity to the original document as
recorded into PDF LibreOffice filter based manipulation is probably not the
route to go for printing. 

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