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Plantin

[plahn-tan]
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  1. Chris·tophe [kree-stawf] /kriˈstɔf/, c1520–1589, French typographer.
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Historical Examples

  • Plantin's own room seems to want only his presence to perfect the scene.

    Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 1 (of 3)

    Isaac D'Israeli

  • In the Low Countries Plantin and his gigantic enterprises may be recalled.

    The Printed Book

    Henri Bouchot

  • He was a contemporary of Plantin, having been born at Malines in 151711.

  • She has a gyardener to plant her flowers, and I do my own plantin'.

    The Land of Long Ago

    Eliza Calvert Hall

  • Them two days' rain we had has give us a plantin' season right.

    The Tobacco Tiller

    Sarah Bell Hackley