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But in the early 19th century, Thomas De La Rue & Company, a British stationer and printer, introduced lithographic designs such as dots, stars, and other simple prints to the backs of playing cards.
Ben, 33, is a skilled woodworker and former youth minister with a degree in history, and Erin, 31, is an artist and former stationer with a degree in graphic design.
Guests then gathered for a four-course dinner (menus were designed by stationer Amanda Day Rose) that included New England clam chowder, New York strip steak and herb-crusted cod.
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First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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