- a brand of photographic print that has been screened for reproduction as a line cut.
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Examples from the Web for velox
Now George knew that the time had come for Velox to use his utmost powers.
On the other hand, Velox got to know, trust, love and obey his master.
The horse, Velox by name, was far and away better than any other he had ever possessed.
With this he again drove the spurs into Velox's side, and was off.
My barn was broken into about midnight and my horses Velox and Dolly stolen from it.
Word Origin and History for velox
type of paper made by a process patented 1893 by Leo Baekeland, who sold it to George Eastman in 1899 for $1 million and used the money to build the laboratory where he made great discoveries in plastics (see Bakelite).
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