Roneo


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Synonyms for Roneo

a rotary duplicator that uses a stencil through which ink is pressed (trade mark Roneo)

make copies on a Roneograph

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Mirror Works has teamed up with creative stationer Avery Dennison and office-furniture specialist Roneo to offer you the chance to give your home office a bright new image.
Smith, `Institution for Boys, Tamworth: History since 1876', roneo notes, undated, copy in the possession of the author.
It had been copied on one of those Roneo machines which made horrible copies.
Depuis les temps heroiques de la roneo et du telegraphe, au debut de sa creation a Tunis, l'Agence nationale d'informations, Algerie Presse Service, a grandi et realise d'immenses chantiers vers la voie du tout numerique.
We are excited about this opportunity and proud to partner with Arenson who manufactures the President and Roneo brands.
Created by a merger in October 2003 of Roneo Systems Furniture and President Office Furniture, Arenson Group is amongst the leaders of the British office furniture industry.
A survey of 1,000 staff by office furniture firm Roneo Systems Furniture found the vast majority were keen to have somewhere they could relax, take a break, or eat their lunch.
An overwhelming 88 per cent of UK workers want an official breakout room in their offices, according to a survey issued by office furniture specialists, Roneo Systems Furniture.
The survey, carried out for Roneo Systems Furniture, found that 60 per cent of women admitted their desk drawers were stuffed with make-up.
That's the conclusion of a survey by office furniture firm Samas Roneo into how the modern office shapes up.
That was all summed up in this historic comment of his: "Off the Roneos and printing presses - many, alas, owned by HM Government - there rolls a steady stream of viscous verbiage couched in what purports to be the language of Shakespeare and the Authorised Version but is, in fact, the hideous, flaccid, indigestible, swag-bellied offspring of decay.