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  • n. Plural form of typewriter.

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Examples

  • One of the best features of modern word processing software, as opposed to typewriters, is that you can focus on being creative when you†™ re trying to be creative, then go back and edit to separate the wheat from the chaff.

    Typewriter Forces You To Focus While You Write | Lifehacker Australia

  • Still, this list of writers and their preferred typewriters is interesting.

    July 2005

  • One person who loves typewriters is CAAF, keeper of the best obscure literary blog in the world and proud new co-owner of a kick-ass truck.

    July 2005

  • So tedious was the brief space of time that he strolled slowly on the way, pausing to light a cigarette, throwing it away with the first inhalation, pausing again to listen to the busy click of typewriters from the secretaries’ room.

    The Little Lady of the Big House, by Jack London

  • "One of your typewriters is a slight blonde girl -- sits in the corner to the far left -- if she's still here."

    Grain of Dust.

  • (Any of them that weren't were written on one of those other old-fashioned thingamajiggies ... oh, yeah, "typewriters," that's what they were called.)

    I still have a soft spot in my heart for Commodore 64s...

  • That would not have changed no matter what kind of typewriters used superscript in the 1970s.

    Dan Rather: Too Hip for Network News - Tuned In - TIME.com

  • Within hours there were all sorts of suggests that the kind of typewriters that existed in the early 1970s could not have done some of those kind of fonts that existed in that purported document.

    CNN Transcript Dec 27, 2005

  • BLITZER: Well, how vulnerable, Howie, were those documents, because within hours, there were all sorts of suggestions that the kind of typewriters that existed in the early 1970s could not have done some of those kind of fonts that existed in that purported document?

    CNN Transcript Nov 10, 2005

  • Then it was that many of the objects we use today, such as typewriters, were invented, then it was that the familiar tunnels and bridges were built, the houses we live in, the monuments we pass were erected.

    Victorian Swish

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