Definition of Linotyping
1. linotype [v] - See also: linotype
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Literary usage of Linotyping
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Dangerous Trades: The Historical, Social, and Legal Aspects of Industrial by Thomas Oliver (1902)
"... Printing; Typesetting; linotyping. Type metal is an alloy of lead with \ to \ of antimony. The antimony is added to harden the alloy, for lead is a soft ..."
2. Diseases of Occupation from the Legislative, Social, and Medical Points of View by Thomas Oliver, Caleb Williams Saleeby (1916)
"Printing: Type-founding, Type-setting, linotyping linotyping is rapidly displacing printing by type set by hand. Printing by the old method is not a healthy ..."
3. Annual ReportLabor laws and legislation (1907)
"Printing by band is rapidly on the. decline, and is being replaced by linotyping." Dr. Oliver agrees with all the other medical authorities that the chief ..."
4. Library Journal by American Library Association, Library Association (1898)
"257, which was followed by a symposium on " linotyping library catalogs," contributed by the librarians of the Free Public Library of New Haven, ..."