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print

1. a positive photographic image in colour or black and white produced, usually on paper, from a negative image on film
2. 
a. a fabric with a printed design
b. (as modifier): a print dress

Print

 

a fabric whose surface is decorated with a printed design. Prints originally were made by hand using blocks with raised designs. Later the term “print” was applied to all fabrics with designs made by printing machines.

print

[print]
(graphic arts)
A photographic copy made by placing a negative or transparency in contact with a sensitized surface or by projecting the image on a screen or sensitized photographic medium, and then developing the result.

print

1. A plaster cast of a flat ornament.
2.See printing.

PRINT

(language)
PRe-edited INTerpreter.

An early mathematics language for the IBM 705.

[Sammet 1969, p. 134].

print

To send information from the computer to an attached printer or to a printer in the network. See preview mode.
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Flexographic presses offer optional infinitely variable print repeat length without the restrictions of format gear.
Yes, we wanted to minimize the backlash," says Ponella, "but their input was important so we could implement a print system that really met their needs.
For example, a four-color marketing piece that is produced in small quantities may cost several dollars each to print offset when all of the pre-press, set up and printing costs are included.
He investigates a little-known madrigal print and its possible reflections of Florentine musical evenings in "Serate Musicali in Early Seventeenth-Century Florence: Girolamo Montesardo's L'Allegre Notti di Fiorenza (1608) and looks beyond the Medici for other sources of musical patronage in "Music and Patronage in Late Sixteenth-Century Florence: The Case of Jacopo Corsi (1561-1602).
Impact on paper: Do not allow the initial rejection and criticism of e-business print specific models for conducting business with vendors, merchants, and customers on the Internet fool you.
The FBI has been involved in research on methods to develop identifiable latent prints on human skin for many years.
I don't think print will ever be obsolete," says Davis.
When printing, UniPrint creates a PDF print job that is returned to the client workstation via UniPrint's private virtual channel.
Astraflex has a print repeat range from 12 to 40 in.
By closely following print technology trends, papermakers should be able to adjust their product offerings to match the needs of the changing printing industry.
Richardson's study of the relationship between manuscript and print addresses one of Eisenstein's premises -- that the advent of print caused the Renaissance.
Findings from lip print studies make a strong case for their use in solving crimes.