Origin of linotype
OTHER WORDS FROM linotypelin·o·typ·er, lin·o·typ·ist, noun
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How to use linotype in a sentence
Ottmar Mergenthaler worked twenty years on the development of his linotype machine, and ten years thereafter in perfecting it.
The Mergenthaler Linotype Company has paid out twenty millions of dollars in dividends in fourteen years.
Adopting the policy that only journeymen printers must operate the linotype machines, the union was able to meet the situation.A History of Trade Unionism in the United States|Selig Perlman
For Sam had installed a linotype, and Wilbur Cowan had patiently mastered its distracting intricacies.The Wrong Twin|Harry Leon Wilson
The Linotype, pronounced by London Engineering "the most wonderful machine of the century," was not the product of a day.The Building of a Book|Various