printery

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printery

(ˈprɪntərɪ)
n, pl -eries
1. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) chiefly US an establishment in which printing is carried out
2. (Textiles) an establishment in which fabrics are printed
Translations

printery

nDruckerei f
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Portable printeries were a common feature of battlefields during the Napoleonic and American Civil wars as well as a fixture on immigrant sailing ships and troopships.
He knew that, just as no recognized publisher would touch the job with a forty-foot pole, none of the printeries would take it as an 'outside' job.
Cashman pursued equity and status for women and girls within the overtly sexist climate of printeries and newspaper offices.
This was the issue when, between 1926 and 1929, several females at Sydney printeries lodged complaints about withheld sick pay.
McKenzie's influential work on early printeries, "Printers of the Mind").
In printing, a highly urbanized activity, there were large, steam-powered factories such as Hunter Rose (173 employed) in Toronto and John Lovell in Montreal (147 employed) which combined printeries and book-binding.
3) In 1976 two feminist printeries were established: Everywoman Press in Sydney, and Sybylla Co-operative Press in Melbourne.