mimeograph machine


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Noun1.mimeograph machine - a rotary duplicator that uses a stencil through which ink is pressed (trade mark Roneo)mimeograph machine - a rotary duplicator that uses a stencil through which ink is pressed (trade mark Roneo)
copier, duplicator - apparatus that makes copies of typed, written or drawn material
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A AS THE FIRST issue of Reason was thwack-thwack-thwacking off a mimeograph machine in 1968, a very different but spiritually related publication was also coming hot off the press.
By the mid-twentieth century, cheaper and faster printing methods--such as the mimeograph machine and offset printing--proliferated throughout the US, fundamentally altering who had access to the means of production.
1920-1948), juggernauts like MGM, Paramount, and RKO staffed their scenario, story, and stenographic departments with secretaries, typists, and mimeograph machine operators who printed for the entire studio.
Quite a change from our camp days of handwritten letters, operator-assisted collect calls home, and a mimeograph machine with carbon paper to crank out the daily schedule for each bunk.
We photocopied, we went to the mimeograph machine, and now (the young ones) don't understand what a mimeograph machine is.
When police searched the home she shared with her parents and her brother Wolfgang, they found a mimeograph machine used for duplicating party memos and political pamphlets, and a translation-in-progress of an English language biography of Lenin.
For more than 30 years, their "mind-bending-monthly newsletter, The Roll, was painstakingly composed in their home office, run off on an old mimeograph machine, and mailed to their small but devoted mailing list.
(1) The Gestetner was the type of mimeograph machine that Owen used to print Telephone magazine.
Originally called News for Farmer Cooperatives, the 8-page, handbook-sized publication was produced each month on a mimeograph machine. Farm Credit Administration (FCA) leaders and many others at USDA were convinced that the formation of more cooperatives by farmers and ranchers offered a good way to improve their odds of success, and they believed that a national co-op journal could help achieve this goal.
What is particularly distinctive about our era is the role of technology: thanks to the mimeograph machine, the copier, the fax, the Internet, and social networking platforms, new Jewish rituals "go viral." On the eve of September 11, 2001, Jewish communities throughout America seeking to hold vigils were downloading a service of traditional prayers and selected poems, and even a prayer immediately composed Jeffrey A.
I remember singing secularized Christmas carols copied on the church mimeograph machine.
We've come a very long way from the days when Barbara Grier was printing The Ladder on a mimeograph machine and using a pseudonym to do so.