Definition of Miterer
1. one that miters [n -S] - See also: miters
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Literary usage of Miterer
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Typographic Specimens: Illustrated Catalogue by A.D. Farmer & Son Type Founding Co (1900)
"... on the stud to readily admit of cutting rule to exact lengths. PRICE, $15.00. GOLDING'S UPRIGHT miterer. This machine has all the advantages of upright ..."
2. Catalogue and Price List of Type and Material by Cleveland type foundry (1893)
"Gelding's Upright miterer, boxed, 814.00. HAMILTON'S NEWSPAPER FILE. These Files are made of cherry, nicely finished in oil. The fastenings are brass, ..."
3. Price List of Type, Printing Machinery and Material: Manufactured and for by G. Edw. Osborn & Co (1892)
"GOLDING'S UPRIGHT miterer. $0.20 .25 •30 •75 In this machine the cutter head is pivoted on an upright steel rod, so that the knife cannot slip away from its ..."
4. Handicraft by Arthur Carey, Frederic Allen Whiting, Huger Elliott, National League of Handicraft Societies, Carl Purington Rollins, Society of Arts and Crafts (1912)
"... as the lead cutter, (leads being long, flat strips of lead, used to separate lines of type), rule miterer (for joining the corners of brass rule) etc. ..."