Sam Pickering's linotype had first revealed his gift for machinery.
If the book is set in linotype, the make-up will have been unable to make these changes.
Dummy was there, directing things from his stool, above the tinkle of the linotype machines.
These machines are called respectively the linotype and Monotype.
The text of this book was set on the linotype in Baskerville.
As you know, if a linotype operator is ill, his machine goes untouched.
Wilbur said "Possibly not," though he knew he would now loathe the linotype forever.
He would be slave to no linotype until they were kept in the open.
It hung like a pall on the wall of the washroom,And gathered the grime of the linotype crew.
For Sam had installed a linotype, and Wilbur Cowan had patiently mastered its distracting intricacies.
1886, American English, trademark name (Mergenthaler Linotype Co.), from line o' type, for a composing machine invented by Ottmar Mergenthaler (1854-1899) in widespread use in newspaper production early 20c.