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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
- adjective of a document
copiedusing a cyclostyle
- adjective architecture having a cyclostyle
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We got as far as paying to have them cyclostyled and showing them to our parents.
Haider, Colonel General Franz, Diaries (cyclostyled).
The front is painted brown, with yellow letters, and the cyclostyled menu is stuck up on the left of the door.
Public libraries and larger post-primary schools will find further suggestions in the cyclostyled series "Books for Young Adults" which appears at intervals; it includes books for recreational reading and gives special consideration to suitable adult titles.
A characteristic of pre-1949 publications was that they were almost all hand-written and cyclostyled.
Since the mid 1950s this society had been circulating a cyclostyled bilingual newsletter called Holland Bulletin, devoted largely to local news, although it often also included interesting articles.
It was handwritten and cyclostyled with a separately printed full-colour cover.
The Cultural Society's one-off papers were unusual in that, unlike other cyclostyled publications of the period, these publications were typed on a Chinese typewriter and printed by photolithography.
She started as a recipe-collecting homemaker, and at one point, decided to sort out her huge collection, tried each one of them, and put the "easiest and the best" into cyclostyled booklets.
There were some people who did manage to slip under the net and make themselves invisible and even, for example, were able to produce illegal books, usually cyclostyled, but amazingly also sometimes bibliophile quality reprints of alchemical texts ..