Examples of printing in a Sentence
The book is already in its second printing, and a third printing is scheduled for later this year.
The book has had two printings of 100,000 copies each.
Her printing is very neat.
Recent Examples of printing from the Web
But comparisons of Facebook to the printing press start to seem flimsy when considering the power and influence of the News Feed.
Her father, William, manufactured printing presses at a plant owned by her grandfather and sold real estate and insurance.
Digital subscribers offer a much higher profit margin when compared with the expense of the printing presses and delivery trucks needed to get newspapers to newsstands across the country.
Mass Market Celebrating Valentine's Day steadily gained in popularity through the 19th century—especially once the greeting-card industry was in full swing thanks to the Industrial Revolution's printing press and cheaper postage.
The family model of media ownership is still with us, even if the Xerox machine and the printing press seem to be on the way out, though now the families are named Murdoch and Koch, not to mention Bezos.
Gutenberg did not benefit from any declaration of rights to invent the printing press.
Amid the relentless march to all things digital, a 110-year-old Canadian company has found a golden ticket in its printing presses.
The new printing press with movable type made publishing exponentially more efficient, starting with the Gutenberg Bible in the mid-15th century.
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