rounce

rounce

(raʊns)
n
1. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) the handle that is turned to move paper and plates on a printing press
2. (Card Games) US a type of card game
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Reporter: Kevin Rounce (krounce@cherrycreekradio.com)
01926 856699 ROUNCE Margaret (Peggy) Beloved wife to Stanley, loving mother to George, Stewart, Barry, John, Norma and Jane, motherin-law, grandmother and great-grandmother.
xxx ROUNCE MOLLY One year Mam since you passed away, Love and miss you every day.
(28) Also of interest is the presence of a rounce, or handle, by which the pressman is able to wind a carriage containing the type and paper under the platen, rather than having to position a box by hand.
David Rounce, who writes for the blog, said: "As our collections are so varied, we try to give people a little bit of everything on the blog, from ephemera or photos from the archive, to unusual new donations and hidden gems from the collection.
Al conocer estas caracteristicas en una especie se puede determinar si un individuo o un grupo cuentan con la capacidad de reproducirse (Lasley & Kirkpatrick 1991, Gee 1995, Sheppard 1995), ya sea por reproduccion natural o por tecnicas de reproduccion asistida (Cockrem & Rounce 1995, Staley et al.
Adam Rounce's "Swift's texts between Dublin and London" addresses a different aspect of the "often confusing publication history of [Swift's] writings," sketching "the role of dual publication in Swift's career" (199).
Dorothy Rounce, a neighbour of Cleary, who lives with his mother and brother, said she was woken by the sound of car doors slamming.