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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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To illustrate your product or people using your product, four-color process certainly makes the most sense.
Many solid inks only can be simulated in four-color process, leading to compromise and dissatisfaction with the finished product.
The 4-color process guide lets customers printing in four-color process select colors from actual printed CMYK samples on coated or uncoated stock.
Miles Label can also provide eight-color capabilities with foil stamping as one of the colors with UV coatings and four-color process printing and doming, along with one color short and long runs.
Combining technologically advanced products with hands-on training programs, the new MasterPrint system is designed to give printers the tools to achieve unprecedented levels of efficiency and creativity with the new generation of four-color process printing.
Repositionable Notes are available in white, blue, or yellow and can be printed in one to four-color process.
Cover Four-color process for covers 1 and 4, as well
InTouch Labels' products include one, two and three color labels, bar code labels, bumper stickers, four-color process labels, security labels, and more.
The Process Guide provides the color standard for four-color process printing by organizing the spectrum of more than 3,000 process colors in a logical display.
The color bridge guide displays 1,089 PANTONE Colors in fan guide format on coated stock alongside their closest four-color process match.
Print: 4/4, four-color process, two sides, with full bleeds.
This new series of ink is available in opaque white, clear varnish and coatings, four-color process, and spot colors.