Most of it was in blank, but the solitary compositor
who did the thing had amused himself by making a grotesque scheme of ad- vertisement stereo on the back page.
Pshaw, my dear fellow, what do the public, the great unobservant public, who could hardly tell a weaver by his tooth or a compositor
by his left thumb, care about the finer shades of analysis and deduction
The affair ended in our going to the State capital, where my father found work as a reporter of legislative proceedings for one of the daily journals, and I was taken into the office as a compositor
nonsense by permitting the compositor
to make it unintelligible.
Honest and hearty was Charles's dislike, and the past spread itself out very clearly before him; hatred is a skilful compositor
The curses to which the General gave a low utterance, as soon as Rebecca and her conqueror had quitted him, were so deep, that I am sure no compositor
would venture to print them were they written down.
Here, too, is a curious little work upon the influence of a trade upon the form of the hand, with lithotypes of the hands of slaters, sailors, corkcutters, compositors
, weavers, and diamond-polishers.
There was indeed the sound of shouting in the street, and a little group of compositors
and pressmen was forming in the hall below and nerving itself to action.
Born in Leeds, the son of a compositor
on a newspaper, Cowling joined the Met Office at the start of World War II, stationed as a meteorological assistant with No.
Ronnie was an apprentice compositor
working for Co-operative Press in Rutherford Street, now long ago.
TODAY, we salute one of our own, Charlie McLaughlin, 99, a former Daily Record compositor
whose real-life exploits make the adventures of Indiana Jones look like a short story.
It might be a useful exercise if the compositor
or printsetter actually tried to fill in one of these entry forms in the limited space provided with a normal pen.