stereotypes[ ster-ee-uh-tahyp, steer- ]SEE DEFINITION OF stereotypes
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Stereotypes or electrotypes of single stamps are called clichés.
I have seen Roman stereotypes, or immoveable printing types, with which they stamped their pottery.
A successive number of stereotypes can be cast for the same mat before it is injured by the hot metal.
Electrotypes have a distinctly sharper and harder face and are deeper than stereotypes.
Wax is used as the plastic medium in which to mold electrotypes, whereas for stereotypes paper is used.
The Aluminotype is cast by pressure and not by pouring as in the case of stereotypes, which depend entirely upon gravity.
The most flattering encomiums preceded the extracts, and the extracts were as stereotypes of Burley's talk.
The stereotypes were thus perforated, although they had been wrapped up in many folds of paper and cardboard.
The type once assembled, as many casts or stereotypes can be made from it as there are machines to be worked.
The line of argument deserves priority over the stereotypes of referencing.