Definition of typesetting
: the process of setting material in type or into a form to be used in printing; also : the process of producing graphic matter (as through a computer system)
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After the day’s work was done, Deford fell into the habit of going along with the newspaper’s typesetting and printing men to a workingman’s bar down by the docks.
Collender: Dead on arrival, dead before printing, dead before typesetting, etc.
Typographical fashions change, and since the digital age overtook typesetting and graphic design, many of the fonts common in the time of Lovecraft have fallen into disuse.
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Definition of typesetting for English Language Learners
: the process or job of arranging type for printing
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