lithographer

[ li-thog-ruh-fer ]SEE DEFINITION OF lithographer

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This is one of the most important tasks that a lithographer has to perform.

Lithographer—lĭ-thogra-pher, not lĭtho-grăph-er, nor lī-thŏgra-pher.

At the age of nineteen he was apprenticed to a lithographer.

As a lithographer and etcher, his work resembles that of Henri Leys.

If you can, buy your ink of a plate-printer or of a lithographer.

Maybe he could be an art director or a lithographer or something.

Neither the lithographer who printed her cards, nor her husband, could get the idea out of her head.

Their portraits in the rude art of the Berlin lithographer hang on even the walls of the hotels.

Think of a thousand homes made happy by possessing one of these beautiful gems of the lithographer's skill!

It is known that Daumier, lithographer, and painter of genius, was held in meagre esteem by the academicians.

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