Stationery Office

  1. the Stationery Office (in the UK) the company that supplies the civil service with all its office supplies, machinery, printing and binding, etc

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How to use Stationery Office in a sentence

  • His Majesty's Stationery Office stands on the east, a large dull brick building, stuccoed in front, built round a courtyard.

    Westminster | Sir Walter Besant
  • Still he was not sorry when, at the end of 1864, the chance came to him of a move to the Stationery Office.

  • His Majesty's Stationery Office sells it to all comers by weight at the very reasonable price of three-and-threepence a copy.

    The Shewing-up of Blanco Posnet | George Bernard Shaw
  • Where special water-marking is required mould will be supplied by the Stationery Office for those papers made by hand.

    The Manufacture of Paper | Robert Walter Sindall
  • The only official schedule of requirements in relation to public documents is that issued by the Stationery Office.

    The Manufacture of Paper | Robert Walter Sindall