reprography


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re·prog·ra·phy

 (rĭ-prŏg′rə-fē)
n.
The process of reproducing, reprinting, or copying graphic material especially by mechanical, photographic, or electronic means.


re·prog′ra·pher n.
re′pro·graph′ic (rē′prə-grăf′ĭk, rĕp′rə-) adj.

reprography

(rɪˈprɒɡrəfɪ) or

reprographics

n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) the art or process of copying, reprinting, or reproducing printed material
reprographic adj
ˌreproˈgraphically adv

re•prog•ra•phy

(rɪˈprɒg rə fi)

n.
the reproduction of documents, drawings, etc., by any process using light or photography, as offset printing or xerography.
[1960–65; repro (duction) + (photo) graphy]

reprography

a collective term for all kinds of processes used for the facsimile reproduction of documents or books.
See also: Photography
a collective term, introduced by UNESCO, for all processes of producing facsimiles of documents.
See also: Copying
Translations

reprography

[rɪˈprɒgrəfɪ] Nreprografía f
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Jehangir, is a Baudelairean type, anonymous, passionately spectatorial, avid collector, and an enthusiastic flaneur who goes walkabout in the various nooks and crannies of Connaught Place, which with its many arcades is "about corridors and pillars," commenting on and observing people, collecting second-hand books, and useless objects such as old ink pens, film posters, ham radios, boxing gloves, rare LP's that "he doesn't listen to for fear of damaging the records", and reprography machines which no longer possess any commodity value (Banerjee, Corridor.
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the exceptions for reprography, for private use and for hospitals and prisons).