Aldus


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Aldus

The software company that pioneered desktop publishing with its PageMaker program for the Macintosh. Aldus was acquired by Adobe.
References in classic literature ?
Aldus Manutius (Aldine edition), Venice, 1495 (complete works).
by Aldus Manutius, Venice, 1495-8; re-impression supervised by Erasmus and with certain corrections by Grynaeus (including Rhetorica and Poetica), 1531, 1539, revised 1550; later editions were followed by that of Immanuel Bekker and Brandis
Aldus owns an Embraer fleet of 30 E-Jets, including five E-170s, four E-175s, 15 E-190s and six E-195s.
The bonus point was earned in stoppage time when Aldus again crossed, with Danny Phinn adding the extras.
MY NAME IS ALDUS ALDARIAN, AND I'M THE RINGMASTER OF THE ALDARIAN BROTHERS
Ian Guanaria, general manager of Aldus, says, "These days changeover times and low waste is the name of the game.
The two have been questioned by the Securities and Exchange Commission about their personal finances and any dealings they've had with Aldus.
I didn't mind at all that I was suspected of worshiping someone who had been unfailingly, and unprofitably, kind to a young dolt, and I don't mind if anyone, indeed everyone, should consider me in comparable terms vis-a-vis Aldus.
Piero Scapecchi considers Urbano's links with Aldus Manutius and the Vercelli printer Giovanni Battista Tacuino; Vincenzo Fera follows with a learned paper on the Castigationes Virgilianae of Pierio Valeriano, in which the author sees some fusion of the textual philology of Poliziano and the "creative philology of Pontano.
Aldus will use the entire 1,750-square-metre floor of the centre's concourse to portray Wales' past using bronze shapes inspired by Celtic illuminated manuscripts.
Internationally-renowned French artist John Aldus will use this entire floor as his canvass.
Por fin, salen de la imprenta Aldus, casi dos centenas de paginas autobiograficas, Juntando mis pasos, de Elias Nandino.