Rolling press

Related to Rolling press: rolling mill
A machine for calendering cloth by pressure between revolving rollers
A printing press with a roller, used in copperplate printing.

See also: Rolling, Rolling

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Tour de France stage winner Steve Cummings beat the nearest challenger by over five-and-half minutes and lowered the course record by three minutes one second with a peerless effort of 50 minutes 11 seconds on the rolling Press to Battlefield course.
A new calender - a rolling press used to make tiles - was unveiled at the plant on Wednesday.
CYCLE OF POLITICS Green Party candidates and Minister Eamon Ryan at rolling press conference in Dublin yesterday
LAHORE -- In Abdul Aziz's print shop, the daily blackouts that plunge him into darkness and silence his rolling presses are costly and chip away at his faith in Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
In both The Soloist (Dreamworks) and State of Play (Andell Entertainment), audiences are treated to long, loving looks at thunderous rolling presses serving up thousands of crisp fresh dailies to be dropped at our front door or newsstands.
Innovations in typesetting and rolling presses in the next century saw the birth of economically viable newspapers and--with spine stitching and linocut, among other things--the substantial magazine.
Scaled largely in response to the great phalanxes of machinery they house, the volumes are arranged not just to maximise the efficiency of the printing and distribution processes, but also to allow views from outside to the rolling presses within (undoubtedly the most emblematic part of the complex).