printery


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printery

(ˈprɪntərɪ)
n, pl -eries
1. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) chiefly US an establishment in which printing is carried out
2. (Textiles) an establishment in which fabrics are printed
Translations

printery

nDruckerei f
References in classic literature ?
He could see him setting type in the little printery, or scribbling endless hasty, nervous lines on the much-cluttered desk.
Hamid, Troubling of the Waters (Trinidad: Rahaman Printery, 1973), 10.
The dispute lasted thirteen days, during which striking printers and locked out journalists united to produce a strike paper, The News, out of the Communist Party printery.
The pair arrived in the same year as Roberts, and set up a printery near the offices of the Register, which had dominated map printing by virtue of its initial role as government printer.
Collin's clinic to address, add inserts, and organize according to zipcode and post office regulations the boxes of finished issues, trucked from Printery Communications down the street.
76; Official Report of the Sixth Commonwealth Conference of the Australian Labor Party, Adelaide, 31 MMy 1915, Worker Trade Union Printery, 1915, pp.
Durham, North Carolina, Printed by Seeman Printery for Duke University Press, 1961.
firebomb a neo-Nazi printery is undercut by the Jewish freedom fighters
Vita Foam 1970 Barbados Packaging Industries 1971 Moore Paragon 1974 Solar Dynamics 1975 Cot Printery Source: Barbados Industrial Development Corporation, A Path to Progress: Celebrating 50 years of Industrial Development in Barbados, 1956-2006 (St.
Publications Unit, Office of the Registrar, University of Ibadan/ Ibadan University Printery, Ibadan, Nigeria.
Nicholas Meyer, Motives for a Christian Life in the Sermons of John Henry Newman (Teutopolis, IL: Worman Printery, 1960), 13.
A couple of months ago, his son had failed to show up at the printery, and he had to get out on the floor himself and run a machine.