- adj. of or relating to an ink-jet printer
“Then this new gentleman informs me that he is with the ink-jet service department, not the laser service department.”
“A modified ink-jet printer was used to produce the film.”
“So zealous was Del that he had drafted his own Ten Commandments, presented on the first page in the binder in ink-jet calligraphy on fake parchment for added effect.”
“My “old” color ink-jet printer delivers a far cleaner and clearer image than does the new and improved laser-jet printer, even if the laser is faster.”
“A human kidney being "printed" by a modified ink-jet right before our very eyes.”
“Together, the two companies hold 61% of the market for laser and ink-jet printers by volume, according to IDC data, giving Canon the scale to produce printers for less than smaller competitors.”
“An underrated show in 2003 of small ink-jet prints at Janet Borden indicated Groover was learning how to make digital color that resembled the thick, chalky substance of pastel.”
“Among her revelations: The pair ran a shady operation called eUniverse, which sold wrinkle cream and ink-jet cartridges over the Internet; they lifted most of MySpace's features from another social-networking service, Friendster, but skirted privacy issues; and the roots of MySpace, which now reaches an estimated 133 million active users worldwide, are in spam and porn.”
“Canon also said Tuesday that it is proceeding with a temporary shift of ink-jet printer production to a plant in Vietnam and another Canon printer plant in Thailand.”
“To get started on this little project, I went to the Historical Research Center website and ordered my very own family name "parchment scroll," (which is actually a crappy, barely readable print-out on regular paper off someone's less than optimum quality ink-jet printer), to see what they'd come up with for my guaranteed authentic family name origin and meaning.”
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