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
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Portable printeries were a common feature of battlefields during the Napoleonic and American Civil wars as well as a fixture on immigrant sailing ships and troopships.
He knew that, just as no recognized publisher would touch the job with a forty-foot pole, none of the printeries would take it as an 'outside' job.
McKenzie's influential work on early printeries, "Printers of the Mind").
In printing, a highly urbanized activity, there were large, steam-powered factories such as Hunter Rose (173 employed) in Toronto and John Lovell in Montreal (147 employed) which combined printeries and book-binding.