Definition of Linotypes
1. linotype [v] - See also: linotype
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Linotypes
Literary usage of Linotypes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Great Republic edited by Charles Morris (1912)
"These bars are called linotypes, and are assembled automatically in a galley side ... After being used, the linotypes, instead of being distributed at great ..."
2. Leading American Inventors by George Iles (1912)
"Says Charles R. Wagner, of New York, another machinist, who helped to build the first linotypes: " There never was an employer better liked than ..."
3. Ontario Weekly Reporter and Index-digest by Ontario (1904)
"It is alleged by defendant Johnston, and not denied by plaintiff, that about the year 1896 linotypes and line casting machines obtained a footing on the ..."
4. Trade Unionism and Labor Problems by John Rogers Commons (1905)
"The linotypes installed for this purpose did not displace hand compositors, but on the contrary enlarged the field of employment for those printers who ..."
5. The Handbook of Journalism: All about Newspaper Work.--Facts and Information by Nathaniel Clark Fowler (1913)
"The great newspaper maintains batteries of a dozen linotypes, or two or three times that number. All of the reading matter is set on the linotype, ..."