hand setting

hand setting

n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) printing text matter composed in metal type by hand, rather than by machine
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Advice writers such as Elinor Glyn and Marie Stopes proposed the "romantic marriage," on the one hand setting aside the traditional hostility between marriage and romance, and on the other introducing techniques of courtship and even intrigue into the marriage relationship.
Business and marketing executive Rachael Hughes said: "We were approached by Business in the Community to give a helping hand setting up Coventry Cares.
Jenkins kicked beautifully and also had a hand setting up a try for Gareth Wyatt which put Ponty to within two points of the Steelmen at 16-14.