printed matter


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printed matter

n.
Printed material, such as a book or magazine, that is not considered first-class mail and qualifies for a special postal rate.

print′ed mat`ter


n.
1. any of various kinds of printed material that qualify for a special postal rate.
2. a classification of international mail consisting of such items, including catalogs and circulars.
[1875–80]
Translations

printed matter

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References in classic literature ?
Clasped in the hollow of her arm, as a child might be clasped, was a bundle of printed matter.
Some of your revolutionary friends' effusions are written in a CHARABIA every bit as incomprehensible as Chinese - " Mr Vladimir let fall disdainfully a grey sheet of printed matter.
I discovered that I had never been aware before that the Civil War in America was not printed matter but a fact only about ten years old.
Fittingly, the show, "Learn to Read Art: A Surviving History of Printed Matter," which remains on view until February 14, resembles a densely packed document--replete with more than 350 framed items, seventeen vitrines, three reading tables, and several explanatory labels handwritten in pencil.
Any printed matter is created after an individual and personal consulting.
The import of printed matter from Iran is not blocked.
The distribution of free printed matter includes pamphlets, stickers, vouchers and flyers distributed free of charge to members of the public.
Despite its unimaginative title, it's a good-looking and informative newsletter--which it better be since the company is in the business of producing newsletters, press releases, brochures, event programs and other printed matter.
Printed matter (as leaflets, handbills, or circulars).
In his loyalty to the Motherland, he had set aside the fact that his father was shot in 1937 for possessing "politically questionable printed matter," and that his mother died in exile.
For example, our collaboration with the Fifth Avenue Association and the Grand Central Partnership won more enforcement staff to police illegal street peddlers, and a restriction that bars vendors from selling printed matter in areas where general and food vending are prohibited.
Organizations best suited for imaging applications requiring long-term storage and retrieval are those that need to maintain file cabinets of frequently or infrequently accessed printed matter, such as government organizations, insurance companies, banks, credit card companies, hospitals and large manufacturing companies.