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
References in classic literature ?
He could see him setting type in the little printery, or scribbling endless hasty, nervous lines on the much-cluttered desk.
Este pequeno dispositivo facil de llevar en cualquier bolsillo es la estrella de Canon, funciona con la aplicacion Canon Mini Photo Printery puedes personalizar tus fotos antes de imprimirlas en papel fotografico comun, agregando cuadros, emojis, calcomanias, filtros, texto, collages, etc.
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In 1837 William Colenso produced 5,000 copies of the New Testament, the first in Te Reo Maori, from his printery in Paihia.
Nassiri et al., "Assessment of noise induced psychological stresses on printery workers," International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology, vol.
Gibbs, "Engineering properties of expansive clays," in Proceeding of the ASCE, Ministry of Agriculture, Government Printery, Port of Spain, Spain, 1956.
Hamid, Troubling of the Waters (Trinidad: Rahaman Printery, 1973), 10.
The dispute lasted thirteen days, during which striking printers and locked out journalists united to produce a strike paper, The News, out of the Communist Party printery. Nine editions of the News were published, with daily sales of 100,000 copies (Journalist, 10 October 1944; Hagan, 1973; Lloyd, 1985; Sparrow, 1960).
The pair arrived in the same year as Roberts, and set up a printery near the offices of the Register, which had dominated map printing by virtue of its initial role as government printer.