cold type


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cold type

n.
Typesetting, such as phototypesetting, done without the casting of metal.

cold′ type`


n.
type set by a method other than the casting of molten metal, as by photocomposition.
[1945–50]
References in classic literature ?
But after the first burst of enthusiasm began to die away, and the coloured people began reading the speech in cold type, some of them seemed to feel that they had been hypnotized.
Limited Tenders are invited for Supply And Fixing Of Ceiling Mounted Hot And Cold Type 3 T.
The first was the invention of cold type, in those days almost totally dominated by a company called Compugraphic Corporation.
It is also the cold type of conflict, with espionage and exposure being at the heart of the action.
Albumin is one of the most important sediments the physician looks for in the urine as its presence in quantity or absence will determine whether the disorder is of a hot or cold type.
Maddie died on December 8 last year cradled in her mother's arms after suffering cough and cold type symptoms that had plagued her for months in the lead-up to her death.
Beginning in the 1960s, hot type began to give way to cold type, which is technically neither cold nor type, but rather phototypesetting.
Between printing for and later selling to commercial customers, he helped usher in cold type and offset, moving from that first job in Ithaca to the St.
Nathan Ellington is a nice lad and not a cold type of guy, so I was compassionate to the reasoning behind his wish to leave," Mowbray said.
Now most of us know that what we've got is just a nasty cough and cold type virus.
The 19th century newspaper industry was colliding with reality--hot type to cold type and union-manning rules fighting with financial efficiency.