cyclostyled


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cyclostyled

[ˈsaɪkləʊstaɪld] ADJen ciclostil(o)
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Given the long, cyclostyled nature of the paper, Hissam imagined it might be a warrant or an order of release, unless it was a permission for special interrogations.
Edward Thompson and John Saville began publishing their cyclostyled journal, The Reasoner.
Gone are the days when government departments used to send a cyclostyled letter saying, "your letter has been received and the matter is under consideration".
The Circle of Friends of Jazz and Modern Popular Music brought together those involved in Prague jazz life and from 1956 put out a cyclostyled bulletin and organised lectures and concerts.
They did not think of that, nor of the grubby, ink-blotched programme, cyclostyled on an office machine, nor the makeshift boxing ring in a cleared skittle alley - these were inessential details.
There was a cyclostyled form for each member which vertically recorded 10 to 12 qualities like capacity for hard work, job efficiency, general knowledge, personal behaviour, character and so on, while the members whose names appeared horizontally in the some sheet had to grade their colleagues accordingly, which had been explained in detail on the same form.
The first "edition" was a cyclostyled volume ("polycop"), distributed by the Centre de Documentation Universitaire, on page 112 of which the eye is caught by the isolated middle paragraph that concludes with the statement "It is poverty that humanity, as a whole, still suffers from today.
Table 1 lists, in alphabetical order, the range of products and processes identified by nine therapists in the 11 cyclostyled pages of the newsletter.
Archaeology in New Zealand grew out of the New Zealand Archaeological Association Newsletter, begun in 1957 as a cyclostyled news-sheet, edited and initially largely written by Ron Scarlett, that did much to keep members in touch with activities nationwide.
In 1946, the NZDA produced its first publication, the New Zealand Dietetic Association Bulletin--a 45-page foolscap, cyclostyled production containing 20 articles dealing with nutritional issues, items of news and NZDA activities.
for example, was translated, cyclostyled, copied and circulated a page at a time; a laborious procedure which meant that a candidate member in, say, Kanowit, might have waited months before he or she received the last page.
In 1899 their report on the results of the practical class teaching component of the Training Board was considered 'to be so important and suggestive that cyclostyled copies of it were made, and privately circulated among the kindergarten trainers'.