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The war recipes which she uses must be mimeographed or printed and given the pupils to take home.
When such questions are not contained in the book, they ought to be provided by the teacher on printed or mimeographed sheets.
COLLEGE TEACHINGPAUL KLAPPER
Important suggestions have come also from several other universities, where the mimeographed book was inspected.
PSYCHOLOGYROBERT S. WOODWORTH
Until, about the middle of January, beautifully-phrased and beautifully-mimeographed letters began to arrive.
TRIPLANETARYEDWARD ELMER SMITH
Instead of the confidential data the pages were mimeographed recipes and Bob and Tully stared at each other in amazement.
Miss Williams handed the mimeographed sheets to the astounded Helen.
JANET HARDY IN HOLLYWOODRUTHE S. WHEELER
A small edition, mimeographed for private circulation, was issued in 1916.
THE AMERICAN LANGUAGEHENRY L. MENCKEN
In one hand she carried a large sheaf of mimeographed sheets while in the other was the complete book for the play.
JANET HARDY IN HOLLYWOODRUTHE S. WHEELER
Janet went upstairs and got the mimeographed sheets with the synopsis of the play and the part she was to try out for.
JANET HARDY IN HOLLYWOODRUTHE S. WHEELER
The meetings were a dollar "a throw," and for another dollar a student could get a mimeographed outline of a course.
THE PLASTIC AGEPERCY MARKS

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