imposing stone

imposing stone

n.
A stone or metal slab on which material to be printed is arranged. Also called imposing table.

imposing stone

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imposing table

n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) printing a flat hard surface upon which pages printed from hot metal are imposed
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Many villagers will remember the imposing stone property when it was local watering hole, The Hotspur.
A silver-haired Strauss-Kahn, dressed in a dark suit, slipped past a throng of journalists to arrive early in the wood-panelled courtroom, where he paced up and down with his hands in his pockets in front of the imposing stone bench, where over 40 massive files were stacked.
A dual aspect sitting room features steps down to a squarely proportioned drawing room with vaulted ceiling and an imposing stone fireplace, French doors open onto a paved terraced area with beautiful views.
CHICAGO -- With its cheerful yellow clapboard facade and white picket fence, the little house on Menomonee Street seems a bit lost among the imposing stone buildings and brick town houses that surround it, as if it were dropped into the Old Town section of the city from another place and time.
A former bank in the city's business district, the imposing stone building disguises a bright, modern interior with high ceilings and large windows which allow the light to flood in.
This was the Carnegie Library, complete with large imposing stone pillars, stone steps, and an expansive lawn surrounding it.
The imposing stone structure, built in the 19th century by prison labor, is like a grim resort on a hill overlooking Lake Barkley.
IT'S a cold, grey day and I'm in an imposing stone house in Derbyshire.
Moreb is approached through an imposing stone pillared gated entrance that leads up to the courtyard with ample parking.
Imposing stone columns stand sentry at the front of the house giving it an instant air of grandeur.