Recent Examples of printing press from the Web
Since then, Bak and company have retrieved Sam Galloway’s other printing press and plan to restore it.
Josmar Taveras From printing press and steam engine to cars, phones and computers, countless inventions transformed human life and our economy.
From printing presses to the mechanics of manufacturing, the flywheel fostered our intellect and enabled our industry.
There is a historically accurate train (loaned from the Bavarian Railway Museum) loaded with gold bricks and hideouts where Trotskyists crank out propaganda on printing presses.
In the decades following the Civil War, rapidly advancing printing press technology and an expanding postal delivery network allowed the number of publications in the U.S. to explode.
Now the most-attention-getting news passes first through web servers, not printing presses.
Not since the printing press has something changed written language as much as emojis have, says Lauren Collister, a scholarly communications librarian at the University of Pittsburgh.
Premixed paints, artificial colors, printing presses, cameras, phonographs, CDs, digital production tools, the internet, and more have all revolutionized how and what artists produce and how and what their patrons consume.
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First Known Use of printing press
PRINTING PRESS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of printing press for English Language Learners
: a machine that prints books, magazines, newspapers, etc., usually in large numbers
PRINTING PRESS Defined for Kids
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