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Synonyms for printing

the act or process of publishing printed matter

the entire number of copies of a publication printed from a single typesetting


Synonyms for printing

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Anodised aluminium cladding panels have been chosen to give the building a crisp, metallic appearance, alluding to the plate printing matrices that can be seen on photographic records of the demolished Printing Works building.
They want to help you understand how 3D printing works and strive to use basic terminology and explanations to provide a comprehensive overview of the 3D printing ecosystem.
The group was chaperoned by Mr Niel Husselman who took them to both the newspaper offices and the printing works.
The printing works in Laskowice has 100 employees and an annual turnover of approximately SEK50m.
Norges Bank's Printing Works started its activities in 1816, using manual printing presses and private printers to perform the task on the Bank's premises in Christiania (now Oslo).
RAGING BLAZE: The fire at the former Cunliffe printing works in Llangefni Picture: GERALLT RADCLIFFE
Norris was made a director of the printing works in 1974, became commercial director in 1994 and two years later succeeded Harry Lott as managing director.
Until 1993, the Bayard Presse building in Rue Bayard contained the last printing works in Paris, and on their removal, Bayard was left with 2000 square metres of empty shambles on the ground floor.
She has served as an account executive at a California-based printing company and has held specifications posts at Sterling Paper, xpedx and Cincinnati-based Sidney Printing Works.
Vilku~~s printing works published by the tampere city communications unit.
Warwick Printing works with clients from across the UK, producing more than 200 monthly magazines.
Warwick Printing works with clients from across the UK, producing over 200 monthly titles of A5 and A4 magazines.
THE printing works that publishes the Birmingham Mail has won a top newspaper industry accolade, beating a string of UK rivals.
The former Gwasg Gee printing works was one of several architectural gems which threw open their doors - some for the first time - in Denbigh as part of a European initiative.
Germany's Finance Ministry has announced the sale of the Bundesdruckerei, the public printing works entrusted with producing the country's banknotes, to the British capital investors Apax Partners for about a billion Euros.