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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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Scholastica's typesetting service frees academic-led journals from having to handle article formatting.
Their increasing precision and power coincided with the desire for automatic typesetting systems and merged to create single-purpose mechanical typesetting computers like the Linotype and Monotype.
Publishers can select a combination of HarperCollins proprietary electronic typesetting and digital workflow tools with LibreDigital's digitisation, digital warehousing, and Internet display and distribution technologies, the companies said.
TeX is a typesetting programming language that offers the user the ability to define macros in creating the final document.
Created with very little money, Rocappi researched and developed computer typesetting techniques and eventually served as the world's first commercial computer typesetting service bureau.
We are taken step-by-step through the process of preparing a manuscript for print, typesetting the music and text using a composing stick, sliding it into a galley, maldng the pages into a forme on a marble imposing stone, and placing it into a wooden or metal chase.
Overnight, typesetting became an in-house activity.
BANK bossess made a good impression with a Liverpool typesetting firm by handing over almost pounds 1,000 in a promotional push.
A new start for the five bosses of typesetting and print business Quorum Technical Services - David Garside (front) with looking on (left to right) Pat Macgrath, Martin Widdecombe, Heather Howchin and managing director Trevor Banks, following help from Margaret Austen, of law firm Willans, Denise Finch, of the Royal Bank of Scotland, and Andy Brookes of Hazlewoods.
Your final documents can be set with or without typesetting, you can save and send them as text or picture files, and you can even post them on the Web.
But to deal with the nightmare of typesetting 128 years of school history, The Crimson has turned to Third World workers as a source of cheap labor -- a fact that appears to contradict The Crimson's stance of supporting a "living wage" for campus employees.
Using similar graphics, and recurring typeface and photographs can reduce the expense of graphic design work, layout, typesetting, and other costs incurred in creating high-impact, low-cost advertising campaigns.