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print

identifying mark left by part of an animal's anatomy. The print left by the nasolabial plane is sometimes used as an identification.
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I do not mean that you could read it as it was first printed, for the oldest kind of printing was not unlike the writing used in manuscripts and so seems hard to read now.
For since printing came our language has changed very much less than it did before.
Behold how, beginning with the discovery of printing, architecture withers away little by little, becomes lifeless and bare.
Before the invention of printing, reform would have been merely a schism; printing converted it into a revolution.
In proportion as architecture ebbs, printing swells and grows.
We may still have from time to time, under the reign of printing, a column made I suppose, by a whole army from melted cannon, as we had under the reign of architecture, Iliads and Romanceros, Mahabâhrata, and Nibelungen Lieds, made by a whole people, with rhapsodies piled up and melted together.
This book, written by architecture, must be admired and perused incessantly; but the grandeur of the edifice which printing erects in its turn must not be denied.
So," resumed the poet, returning to his dominant ideas, "you never saw any printing done?
Francesco de Furia, a learned Italian, contributed further testimony to the correctness of the supposition that Babrias had made a veritable collection of fables by printing from a MS.
Titus Munson Coan, whose familiarity with the languages of the Pacific has enabled me to harmonise the spelling of foreign words in 'Typee' and'Omoo,' though without changing the phonetic method of printing adopted by Mr.
WILLIAM CAXTON AND THE INTRODUCTION OF PRINTING TO ENGLAND, 1476.
During the fifteen remaining years of his life he labored diligently, printing an aggregate of more than a hundred books, which together comprised over fourteen thousand pages.