Definition of Addressing machine
1. Noun. A printer that automatically prints addresses on letters for mailing.
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Literary usage of Addressing machine
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1. Appletons' Cyclopædia of Applied Mechanics: A Dictionary of Mechanical by Appleton, firm, publishers, New York (1878)
"... consolidated by the screw-rods Z. The upper joint has a stuffing-box, to which access may be had through the cover K. ADDRESSING-MACHINE. ..."
2. The Siege of University City: The Dreyfus Case of America by Sidney Morse (1912)
"THE LEWIS addressing machine COMPANY. Lewis has always been by nature sympathetic toward inventors and appreciative of mechanical devices. ..."
3. Proceedings of the Natural Gas Association of America by Natural Gas Association of America, Meeting (1921)
"Where individual loose leaf is used this can be remedied by the use of a stencil on the addressing machine. The stencil can be cut ..."
4. The Technical World Magazine (1909)
"and an addressing machine have MACHINE WHICH BOTH WRAPS AND ADDRESSES NEWSPAPERS. Moreover, the installation of a battery also allows the cleaning of the ..."
5. The Ambitious Woman in Business by Ann Rosenblatt (1916)
"MACHINERY USED IN MODERN OFFICES Addressing, Matting and Duplicating Machines Addressograph Elliott addressing machine Montague addressing ..."
6. Spons' Dictionary of Engineering, Civil, Mechanical, Military, and Naval by Edward Spon, Oliver Byrne (1869)
"An addressing machine is a machine for inserting the addresses of letters ... Well-glued surfaces of dry ash The addressing machine of NE & GW Warren, Fig. ..."