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rotogravure:

see printingprinting,
means of producing reproductions of written material or images in multiple copies. There are four traditional types of printing: relief printing (with which this article is mainly concerned), intaglio, lithography, and screen process printing.
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rotogravure

[¦rōd·ə·grə¦vyu̇r]
(graphic arts)
A print made by the intaglio process, using a rotary press.
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