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litho-

, lith- (lith'ō, lith),
A stone, calculus, calcification.
[G. lithos]
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litho-

, lith-
Combining forms meaning a stone, calculus, calcification.
[G. lithos]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

litho-

Combining form denoting stone.
Collins Dictionary of Medicine © Robert M. Youngson 2004, 2005

litho-

Combining form denoting a stone, calculus, calcification.
[G. lithos]
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Most of the businesses American Litho serves, he noted, are major retailers who use print, digital and social media to reach their customer base.
McCain says that Alaska Litho oifers print consulting at no charge, "as a way of investing in the potential customer." He continues, "We may not get one project, but next time we hope that customer will call on us again."
Edison Litho has provided large format and high volume printing for over 55 years.
Thomson Litho are now run by his sons Matthew, Gary, Kenneth and Colin.
The Litho Center is designed to support growth in Southern Lithoplate's newspaper and commercial plate output for several years.
Northwest Web had revenues of about $13.5 million in 2006 and Times Litho had revenues of about $12 million, he said.
The press is wider than traditional litho versions and, with a drying process using ultra violet light, can print on a wide range of materials.
Modern Litho, Jefferson City, MO, Booth 415--Magazines, newsletters, directories and brochure printing plus mailing, all under one roof.
When they returned from tour they immediately entered Studio Litho and Snider's Bat Cave and began constructing a new foundation for the group's fourth release for the indie label Suicide Squeeze.
* Boxmakers must have shorter production runs, better graphics, shelf-ready and display-ready designs, contract packing, and litho laminates.
The "Louis Vuitton Inclusive" box, best-in-show winner in the rigid box category, was produced by the Taylor Box Co., Warren, R.I., using 100 percent recycled paperboard, printed litho and a leather strap.
United Litho, which is located in Ashburn, Virginia, outside Washington, D.C., was between shifts late Friday afternoon when the tornado dipped down ripping the roof from the plant and tossing cars against the building's walls.