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print room

In English 18th cent. interiors and derivatives, a room decorated by affixing prints to the walls.
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The authority is wishing to contract for a refurbished mail insertion machine to provide back up and contingency capacity within the print room of liverpool city council.
"It was January 1984 and I was dividing my time between the office's print room and photographic duties," he said.
DRPG, the award-winning creative communications agency based in Hartlebury, near Kidderminster, has selected EBC Group to upgrade its print room with new digital presses.
John Newbegin, who passed away last Thursday, Valentine's Day, worked in the print room of the then-Evening Mail for 30 years.
The play will be performed at A' The Airts in Sanquhar on November 10, The Print Room in Wigtown on November 16, the Theatre Royal (Studio) in Dumfries on November 30 and the CatStrand in New Galloway on January 18.
Once enabling tools have been installed by Xeikon personnel, data from presses and peripheral equipment are collected automatically, augmented by additional print room data collected by the operator from an easy-to-use touch screen.
The four-storey building and former print room, in Chancery Lane, is set to be turned into six two-bedroom flats and three onebedroom flats across the top three floors.
These printers which are designed to support a highly responsive print room environment are now available in the 85 ppm C6085 and the 100 ppm C6100.
Joining him in the main print room is Blawan, the British producer who has just announced his first solo release of 2017 and completing the lineup in this room will be local hero Phil Kieran.
This is led by a focus on innovation and enhancing document efficiencies from managing print to mail room and print room services.
"Brogan Fuels overlooks the house from a couple of their windows, but luckily for the thieves it is the print room that overlooks the house and it isn't somewhere people spend much time in.
In the book's most evocative chapter, Arrowsmith resurrects the lost world of the British Museum's Print Room. Overseen by Laurence Binyon (1869-1943) and Arthur Waley (1889-1966), both distinguished scholars, translators, and men-of-letters, the Print Room was a quasi-private clubhouse for the Eastward-groping avant-garde.