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- n. Plural form of hectograph.
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(Record sheets con be reproduced on hectographs or copy machines.)
If there are copying machines or hectographs available, the science students could produce a booklet on drying, preserving and preparing local roods for balanced nutritious meals the year round, even in the season of shortage.
Instead of the usual collection of text-books in the desk, there were hectograph copies of exercises, reading lessons, arithmetical tables and essays on various matters relating to agriculture, all of which were accounted for by two or three hand-made hectographs -- a very fair sort of printing plant -- lying on a table.
Newton Bronson was writing in aniline ink for the hectographs, such problems as these: