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How to use pressman in a sentence
David pressman took George Clooney on his first trip to Darfur.
Though he has worked closely with celebrities like Clooney, pressman is a wonk with little patience for Hollywood theatrics.
pressman grew up in California the son of two attorneys with a firm belief in equal rights.
The sixth and last round, is described by the pressman and compositors, as having been fearfully scientific.The Book of Anecdotes and Budget of Fun; | Various
They enjoyed the peculiar novel relish of it, coming from a social pressman and a dame of high society.Lord Ormont and his Aminta, Complete | George Meredith
This printed sheet is then turned face down by the pressman and any unevenness of the impression noted.The Building of a Book | Various
While the pressman is laying out his plates the feeder should be cutting thin sheets of paper the size of one of the plates.The Building of a Book | Various
He worked as a pressman, as he had done in America, for the sake of the exercise.Haunted London | Walter Thornbury
British Dictionary definitions for pressman
a person who works for the press
a person who operates a printing press
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