right-reading

right-reading

In printing, a photographic image that looks the same as the original. See offset press. Contrast with wrong-reading.
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They were reminded that the image on the printing plate would be reversed after printing, so students who included lettering elements had to be sure to assemble them so they would be right-reading after printing.
comes in both left- and right-reading styles, and is offered in 13 lengths to accommodate different mold-plate thicknesses.
Interestingly, Jackson finds in Eliot a philosophical sophistication that eludes her immediate predecessors and paradoxically confronts her with the crisis all right-reading necessarily invites: plurality of interpretation.