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PRINTING. The art of impressing letters; the art of making books or papers by impressing legible characters.
     2. The right to print is guaranteed by law, and the abuse of the right renders the guilty person liable to punishment. See Libel,; Liberty of the Press; Press.

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The group also visited the printing works at the Newsprint factory where they saw a demonstration of newspaper printing.
In 1894, a galvanoplasty workshop was established at the Printing Works, allowing the Bank to produce its own printing plates for both letterpress and intaglio printing.
Norris was made a director of the printing works in 1974, became commercial director in 1994 and two years later succeeded Harry Lott as managing director.
The former Gwasg Gee printing works in Denbigh could be restored in a pounds 1.
Lot # 5 Printing Works related to machine-readable copies of examination
Craig Raymond, project manager for Birmingham-based Concept, at the site of the old Daily Mirror printing works
RAGING BLAZE: The fire at the former Cunliffe printing works in Llangefni Picture: GERALLT RADCLIFFE
The Printing Works, based at the Sir Frank Whittle Business Centre, Rugby, fended off the competition to land the contract.
Goznak PPFG, a state-owned banknote printing works, is the sole producer of banknote and security paper and identification systems in Russia.
Apart from this, the manufacturer has also sold and booked number of orders for the laminating systems, comprsing installation India Printing Works, the Mumbai-based book printing firm.
The former Gwasg Gee printing works was one of several architectural gems which threw open their doors - some for the first time - in Denbigh as part of a European initiative.
The group, once based at Tamworth but now in Scotland, has bought Kwik Save's printing works in North Wales for pounds 558,000 and will print the cardboard signs that hang over the supermarket's aisles for the next five years.