from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A method of photo-printing by the agency of paper sensitized with ferroprussiate of potash. See bluepaper.
- n. The process of printing on china in blue beneath the glaze (first employed by English potters about 1780), as distinguished from black-printing.
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Some of the topics taken up are use of the instruments, lettering, projection, working drawings, blue-printing, tracing, etc.
Exercises are required also in tracing and in blue-printing, the rooms for which are conveniently arranged and in close contiguity to the drafting rooms.
For several days after that little party blue-printing in the
The Candidate will leverage their functional technical expertise to address: technology architecture, blue-printing, data analysis, business modeling logical and physical, technical design, application development, integration, and enablement.
"I'm going into blue-printing with Ross, on the side.