[mur-guh n-thaw-ler; German mer-guh n-tah-luh r]
- Ott·mar [ot-mahr; German awt-mahr] /ˈɒt mɑr; German ˈɔt mɑr/, 1854–99, U.S. inventor of the Linotype, born in Germany.
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Examples from the Web for mergenthaler
Whitney and Cameron, he said, were large stockholders in the Mergenthaler.
The Mergenthaler, in particular, was attracting wide attention.
The Mergenthaler Linotype Company has paid out twenty millions of dollars in dividends in fourteen years.How to Succeed as an Inventor
Goodwin B. Smith
The Mergenthaler Linotype machine sets and casts type in the form of solid lines.Historic Inventions
Rupert S. Holland
It was the Mergenthaler Linotype machine, which automatically formed its own type by casting a whole line of it at a time.The Progress of Invention in the Nineteenth Century.
Edward W. Byrn