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  • Signalling (in part) and Railway Signalling (in part)) Typography (Modern Practical Typography (in part)) Some or all works by this author are
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  • SouthwardJohnSouthwardSouthward,_John18401902Author of A Dictionary of Typography and its Accessory Arts; Practical Printing; &c This author wrote articles
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  • Set up and electrotyped January, 1892. Reprinted October, 1892. Typography by J. S. Cushing & Co., Boston, U.S.A. Presswork by Berwick & Smith, Boston
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  • Practice of Typography, v.1) Correct Composition (1901) (The Practice of Typography, v. 2) A Treatise on Title-Pages (1902) (The Practice of Typography, v.3)
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  • classics of that time. (See Manutius.) The Aldine Press is famous in the history of typography (q.v.), among other things, for the introduction of italics.
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  • indicate words or sentences in a foreign language, or to mark the titles of books, &c. It was introduced by the Aldine Press (see MANUTIUS and TYPOGRAPHY).
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  • under the style of Blades, East, & Blades. He turned his attention to the typography of the first English press, and in 1858 undertook to write an introductory
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  • auxiliaries to library management. It seems almost preposterous to speak of typography as a scientific process, yet such it is in its relation to the graphic
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  • Typography
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  • JohnGerald le Grys Norgate1912 SOUTHWARD, JOHN (1840–1902), writer on typography, born on 28 April 1840, was son of Jackson Southward, printer, of Liverpool
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  • translated. Many of the productions of his press were excellent specimens of typography. The most important was the handsome edition of the Douay Bible, prepared
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  • obtained. But though lack of paper might have impeded the development of typography in antiquity, had its invention, otherwise, been feasible, this does not
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  • Asterisk ASTERISK (from Gr. ἀστερίσκος, a little star), the sign * used in typography. The word is also used in its literal meaning in old writers, and as a
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  • 1549 (the year of his death). Bomberg introduced a new era in Hebrew typography. Among other great enterprises, he published the editio princeps (1516–1517)
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  • English Bookselling (1889) Printers' Marks: A Chapter In The History Of Typography (1893) The Book-Hunter In London (1897) Davies, Catherine Dennis, John
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  • is the person who looks after the actor’s wardrobe and assists him in the changing of his costumes. For the printer’s use of “dresser” see Typography.
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  • and son were long connected with the corporation of that city. Their typography was noted for its accuracy; but Washbourn's chief claim to notice is his
    322 bytes (212 words) - 09:52, 31 January 2011
  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 27 Typography 19781181911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 27 — Typography TYPOGRAPHY (i.e. writing by types) is the
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  • Idleness and Other Early Poems, the typography of the first four editions, as a rule, has been preserved. A uniform typography in accordance with modern use
    476 bytes (3,172 words) - 22:22, 8 December 2012
  • Shared Copy by Robin Kinross 202910Shared CopyRobin Kinross […] Typography deals with language duplicated in multiple copies on a material substrate
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