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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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in the two privately printed volumes, the arrangement of which occupied Mr.
The address, you observe is printed in rough characters.
The printed book, the gnawing worm of the edifice, sucks and devours it.
Let the reader make no mistake; architecture is dead; irretrievably slain by the printed book,--slain because it endures for a shorter time,--slain because it costs more.
The grand poem, the grand edifice, the grand work of humanity will no longer be built: it will be printed.
She was mystified; but when she saw the printed words beneath her signature, she felt a cold, clammy chill run up her spine.
In 1485, when Morte d'Arthur was first printed, people indeed found it a book "pleasant to read in," and we find it so still.
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.
Since Caxton's time Morte d'Arthur has been printed many times, and it is through it perhaps, more than through the earlier books, that the stories of Arthur still live for us.
Bonus Accursius, as early as 1475-1480, printed the collection of these fables, made by Planudes, which, within five years afterwards, Caxton translated into English, and printed at his press in West- minster Abbey, 1485.
the second printed edition of the collection of the Fables made by Planudes, was issued from the printing-press of Robert Stephens, in which were inserted some additional fables from a MS.
Indeed, I have, now and again, been more surprised by printed news that I have read of myself, than by any printed news that I have ever read in my present state of existence.