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micrographics

(ˌmaɪkrəʊˈɡræfɪks)
n
(Photography) the production of text or graphic images in a photographically reduced form that requires the use of a machine to be viewed
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I stole the title of this column from a postcard Northern Micrographics sent me a year ago, which has been hanging above my desk ever since, along with my thumb-tacked collection of inspirational clippings.
Cooper is a pioneer in the computer and micrographics industry.
The demetallised stripe also includes other overt and covert features, such as a 90[degrees] image switch, contra-motion and kinetic effects, and microtext or micrographics. Other security features can also be incorporated depending on customer requirements.
For 12 years the company had a shop in Town Hall Street, Mirfield, but it has now expanded into the former Micrographics building on the corner of Leeds Road and Stocksbank Road.
Later, she worked for Directocom and Anacomp Micrographics. She retired as the secretary for the president of Lutco in Worcester.
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Boyer sold micrographics systems in the Texas panhandle and western Oklahoma while covering the financial, commercial, industrial and government markets.
LLANDUDNO Junction-based digital imaging company MicroGraphics Colour Imaging has launched an innovative way for businesses to design and order stationery online.
Appendixes offer a model of a collection development policy, selected sources of information for generating specifications and choosing micrographics equipment, and a list of manufacturers and suppliers of micrographics equipment.
Prior to that, for about 15 years beginning in the mid-1970s, she held editorial positions at the American Forest Products Association and the American Micrographics Association, both in New York City.