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printing press

noun as in machine for printing

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We are living in the greatest information revolution in human history, even greater than the printing press.

From Time

Take, for example, a newspaper business with a printing press that cost $10 million and will last for, say, 20 years.

Subhash makes a living selling fish and owns a printing press.

If you’re not fed, if you don’t have a museum, if you don’t have paints, if you don’t have ink and printing presses, you don’t have beauty.

This is how media executives must have felt as they poured money into digital assets over the past two decades even though their printing presses were not yet fully written off.

From Fortune

I bought a printing press and started printing little booklets.

Back then, new technology also was to blame—though then it was the invention of the color printing press, not the Internet.

Things like evolutionary theory, the internet, and the printing press did not appear miraculously in a dream.

After all, the novel is itself, to some extent, a creation of a new technology: the printing press.

The books are photocopied, or sometimes printed, at an old printing press in Salt Market Village.

I have a printing-press, a collection of birds' eggs, and some white bantams and some rabbits.

In 1709 a printing press was set up in Newport and a public printer appointed.

But, since the power of the printing press has risen, the influence of the priesthood has diminished.

James Franklin sets up a printing press in Newport after having failed to establish a newspaper in Boston.

Yet this was a new name too, for the people of the Middle Ages would not have known what a printing-press was.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to printing press, such as: press, presswork, printing machine, and printing works.

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