Definition of Linotypist. Meaning of Linotypist. Synonyms of Linotypist

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Definition of Linotypist

Linotypist
Linotype Lin"o*type, n. [See Line; Type.] (Print.) (a) A kind of typesetting machine which produces castings, each of which corresponds to a line of separate types. By pressing upon keys like those of a typewriter the matrices for one line are properly arranged; the stereotype, or slug, is then cast and planed, and the matrices are returned to their proper places, the whole process being automatic. (b) The slug produced by the machine, or matter composed in such lines. -- Lin"o*typ`ist, n.

Meaning of Linotypist from wikipedia

- May 1898 – Santo Domingo, 29 November 1970) was a Dominican Republic linotypist and guerrilla fighter. Gilbert’s parents were Narcisa Suero and the Bahamian...
- ("Maite"), and the children were raised Catholic. Their father was a linotypist. Their mother died when he was a teenager. He learned Spanish from his...
- a newspaper, first as an errand boy, then as a linotypist, then eventually as a writer. The linotypist he ****isted, Juan Manuel Campos, introduced him...
- practiced boxing, bullfighting and swimming. He also worked for a time as a linotypist. When he was 25 years old, he began performing as a professional musician...
- w****ly, the Brewer Vat, printed by the company where Rabbit works as a linotypist in Rabbit Redux, and a fairly well-defined social and cl**** structure...
- interrupted by financial problems and he had to work as a locksmith and linotypist to help support the family. He earned an electronic engineering degree...
- Edition, 2000. Houghton Mifflin Company. [1] Fleischman, J (1977). "A Linotypist's Notes: Being an Account of a Brief Apprenticeship in an Obsolete Trade"...
- with the time of day and size of each delivery. Pierre Ballancourt, a linotypist[citation needed] who published newspapers and tracts for the FI, put Aubrion...
- Dominican Republic, and from there, to Mexico in 1942. He worked there as linotypist. In exile, he drove a deeply ideological journal, Quaderns de l'Exili...
- France in 1929, he became French in 1932. In 1935, he became typographer/linotypist at the journal Le Temps. Prisoner of war from 20 June 1940 to 1943, he...
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