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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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High-speed printing processes include multicolor dry offset, rotogravure offset and patented Rotoscreen.
A quick study revealed just how costly U Rochester's printing services were.
On-demand printing uses electronically stored files to enable marketers to more efficiently send out personalized marketing materials and tailor messages to individuals.
0 audits and reduces the cost of printing in the corporate, government and education markets.
Traditionally, people have paid to print more than they need and they end up storing their money in boxes," says Cheryl Waters, president of BCP Digital Printing in Baltimore.
Ron Davis, chief economist for the nonprofit association Printing Industries of America in Alexandria, Va.
TORONTO -- INGENICA, the innovative leader in server-based printing solutions, has been awarded the maximum Gold Award by TechGenix for making it simple to eliminate printing problems on Windows Terminal Server and Citrix Presentation Server environments.
DIVERSIFIED PRINTING TECHNIQUES Pad- and screen-printing equipment from Kent Engineering from the new KIPP-90 equipped with a 90 mm enclosed ink cup for one-color applications to the PP-350 with an 800 x 350 mm print area.
printing and publishing industry had total sales of US$ 210 billion in 1997, and has grown since then.
Besides Elizabeth Eisenstein's The Printing Press as an Agent of Change, seminal works in the field include: Roger Chartier, The Order of Books, Readers, Authors and Libraries in Europe between the Fourteenth and Eighteenth Centuries; Philip Gaskell, A New Introduction to Bibliography; Suzanne Hull, Chaste, Silent and Obedient: English Books for Women 1475 -1 640; Lucien LeFebvre and Henry-Jean Martin, The Coming of the Book: The Impact of Printing 1 450-1800; essays by Peter Blayney, Robert Darnton, John Feather, and Michel Foucault's (respectively, "The Publication of Playbooks," "History of reading," "From Rights to Copyright: The Recognition of Autho rs' Rights in English Law and Practice in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries," and "What is an Author?