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

print copies from (a prepared stencil) using a mimeograph

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It's the outgrowth of a mimeographed newsletter produced by the wife of Norman Vincent Peale, a great preacher in the second half of the 20th Century.
He gave me a mimeographed copy of the Port Huron Statement, the political manifesto of the then already defunct SDS; and he gave me batches of mimeographed poems by Gregory Corso, Allen Ginsberg, Wilfred Owen, Robinson Jeffers, W.
A dance orchestra played the "Song of the Signal Corps" while the entire gathering sang the words from mimeographed handouts.
He put out a mimeographed newspaper at the age of 12 and sold copies for a nickel apiece, and so did I.
If he'd sent a typed letter of condolence with a mimeographed signature there would still be a furore.
The mimeographed magazine 0-9, edited by Vito Hannibal Acconci in the late 1960s, was one of the first to publish minimal poetry.
It circulated for years in pirated copies (blue mimeographed, in my case) and Martin did not agree to its publication until 1982.
He wrote letters to his wide circle of friends and contacts and then selected, had mimeographed and disseminated forty-nine Cold War Letters in April 1962, increased to 111 in January 1963, marked, "strictly confidential.
Gary Hales distributed early versions of this journal by mailing copies of mimeographed sheets.
1 on April 25, 1967, a four-page mimeographed edition with hand-drawn headlines and crudely typewritten articles under the nameplate, "The Black Panther: Black Community News Service.
Much of the work presented here is culled from long out-of-print journals, mimeographed magazines, self-published pamphlets, and books with little circulation outside of a small circle of initiates.
She brought her wide-ranging knowledge of literature, her interest in science and psychology, and her cosmopolitan sensibilities to the mimeographed newsletter, helping to transform it into a respected magazine that featured "real" lesbians on the cover.
The Red Book began as an 8-page mimeographed report assembled in 1937 by the Committee on Immunization and Therapeutic Procedures for Acute Infectious Diseases (currently the Committee on Infectious Diseases) and titled "Immunization Procedures.
Rainier National Park, which survived only in several mimeographed typescripts until they were discovered in 1995 by anthropologists.
His election was a grass-roots effort in the finest tradition, with volunteers creating handmade signs and mimeographed fliers.