Noun(1) a rotary duplicator that uses a stencil through which ink is pressed (trade mark Roneo
Verb(1) print copies from (a prepared stencil
(1) There were 6,000 other prisoners in the camp, and the nurses used an old mimeograph machine to start a public health campaign on the dangers of disease.(2) Sometimes, you might as well be looking at a mimeograph , or a seventh-generation photocopy.(3) He finished the stencils in two hours, and, feeling a towering strength in his heretofore ordinary frame, immediately carried them upstairs to the mimeograph machine.(4) After all, they are the original pecking-order punching bags, the bottom-of-the-esteem-food-chain freaks who are universally seen as smelling of mimeograph toner, body odor, and old corn chips.(5) It's a mimeograph of a newspaper I put out in grade school, proving that I couldn't spell then, either.(6) When E. Joyce Matheny produced church bulletins, she brought them to life the old-fashioned way: with a typewriter from Sears Roebuck and a mimeograph machine she believes was ├ö├ç├┐model 410.├ö├ç├û(7) As Domenico takes it all in, the mimeograph crescendos into an echo of the city's roar.(8) Because my civilian job history had included mimeograph operator for two plus years with the Civil Service Commission office in Chicago, I was assigned to work in the Publications Office - an early-day Army version of Kinkos.(9) Rather than think PowerPoint will solve this perennial problem, we need to adapt it to what we know about how people learn and not repeat the same mistakes that we made using the old purple mimeograph .(10) The mimeograph machine was going all the time, churning out a cross-flurry of monographs, memos and rough drafts.(11) Which doesn't belong on the following list of business tools: mimeograph ; overhead projector; flip chart; PowerPoint?(12) I remember the motion of the feathers on that sparrow's wings from the moment I typed this poem for publication in a mimeograph newsletter.(13) In 1967, with $400 from an honorarium, he bought a used mimeograph machine, and with the help of poets Johari Amini and Carolyn Rodgers founded Third World Press in the basement of his Southside Chicago apartment.(14) Ed also wrote regularly for the series of one-shot mimeo magazines I'd begun producing, sub rosa and under cover of darkness, on a mimeograph machine I'd discovered in a broom closet at the University.(15) I was alone in a room with my books on a wall and a mimeograph machine at a table nearby.(16) We had a newsletter called The Roscoe Street Blues, which we ran off with a mimeograph machine.
1. roneo ::
2. mimeo ::
Different Formsmimeograph, mimeographed, mimeographing, mimeographs
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