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pantagraph

(ˈpæntəˌɡrɑːf)
n
1. (Tools) another name for pantograph
2. (Railways) another name for pantograph
3. (Broadcasting) another name for pantograph
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The (Bloomington) Pantagraph and The (Decatur) Herald & Review, sister papers that share their editorial board
He was gone a year later, with coach Brock Spack telling The Pantagraph of Bloomington, Ill.
The Pantagraph reported on April 22 out of Bloomington, Ohio, about a terrifying ordeal for two women who were visiting their elderly parents.
Currently, Bechtel serves as president and publisher of the Pantagraph in Bloomington, Ill.
Tenders are invited for Poh Kit For Am-12/Ir-01/Pan-01 Pantagraph Of M/S.
It came naturally," she told the central Illinois newspaper The Pantagraph in an interview earlier this year.
Front office: At Lee's The Pantagraph of Bloomington, Ill.
Speaking to The Pantagraph, Southern Illinois University President Randy Dunn said the plan could take the focus away from the core mission of community colleges.
Fred Young, "Neal Rates Job on Esquire Nine," The Pantagraph (Bloomington, Illinois), August 5, 1945, 8.
org/65OBwToPG (stating that under the new Illinois sexting law, a person under the age of eighteen could face supervision and community service); see also The Pantagraph Editorial Board, New Law More Logical Way to Address "Sexting" PANTAGRAPH, July 28, 2010, available at 2010 WLNR 18201910 (noting the new bill can find teens who are caught sexting as minors in need of supervision).
Bloomington, IL; Pantagraph Printing and Stationery Co.