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Synonyms for mimeograph

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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This type of hands-on access was a totally different experience from the felted mimeographs that were commonly used in museums at that time: reproductions that did not convey accurate tactile information like hardness, texture, weight, and temperature.
But we can't forget that there exists another Latin America with scarce resources and no infrastructure that still does not have access to modern technology That is why there are still companies in the region that continue to successfully manufacture and sell typewriters and mimeographs.
The new law is codified under Article 19, Chapter II, Section 3 of the Ministry of Internal Commerce's Resolution 383/2001: "The sale of computers, offset printer equipment, mimeographs, photocopiers and any other mass printing medium, as well as their parts, pieces and accessories, is prohibited to associations, foundations, civic and non-profit societies, and natural-born citizens.
Q: I don't imagine you have time to crank the mimeographs anymore.
You'll use new tools that will make personal computers, faxes and cellular phones look as old-fashioned as mimeographs, dial telephones and computer key punch cards.