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type bar

n.
One of the thin movable bars on many typewriters and some computer printers that carry the letters or characters.
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We associate typewriters with noting things down, but upon further inspection, we discover that all the letters on the type bar have been removed and therefore these objects can no longer serve their purpose.Opposite to this, she shows newspaper clippings with each word and photo extracted that we are left only with a skeleton of a newspaper, without any idea of what might've been the news that day.
Some time in 1936 or 1937, a little-known author and public speaker by the name of Ernest Vincent Wright sat down at his typewriter, tied down its "e" type bar, and banged out Gadsby, a 50 000-word lipogrammatic novel [3].
2(a), it can also be seen that large electrode sectional size of the same type bar would result in a lower grounding resistance.
Many readers may remember that old-fashioned typewriter keys traveled downward when struck, because the force was needed to propel the type bar onto the ink ribbon in order for the device to print characters on paper.
The Citizen L32 has a main spindle, a sub spindle, supports five main spindle turning tools, four live tools, three centerline main spindle tools, and five sub-spindle tools, turning parts up to 1.25" diameter and incorporating a 12' magazine type bar feeder.
Later, after a beer or five in a spit and sawdust type bar, the band (minus Mark) show off their talents by singing along to Travis' Flowers In The Window.
Located on a ground floor street comer of the same shopping complex, Ovidius passes at first glance as a singles type bar common in many large cities.
Other possible clues may be obtained from individual defects in the type bar, ball element, or printwheel that can be compared to the typed characters on the note.