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  • n. Alternative form of hectograph.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. See hectograph.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • See hectograph.


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  • The usual negative or mould having been obtained as usual, he prepares a gelatine mass resembling the hektograph mass, by soaking the gelatine first, then melting it and adding enough of any inorganic powdered substance to give it some stability.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 433, April 19, 1884

  • Furthermore, the experiments demonstrated beyond question that exclusive of its date and names of witnesses, that it was what is commonly known as a transfer taken from a gelatine pad (hektograph), a method of duplicating popularly in vogue at that time.

    Forty Centuries of Ink

  • At 12 I awake and eat the inside of my hektograph, and then lie down once more to sleep.


  • It is likewise the house where the syrup tastes like tincture of rhubarb, and the pancakes taste like a hektograph.


  • The deduced facts in the matter being that Thomas J. Monroe had written his will in an aniline purple ink, to which he had appended his name, leaving blank spaces to be filled in for the date, names of witnesses, etc., and had transferred the same to a hektograph, from which he had taken a number of duplicate facsimile copies, and at some other time had filled in the blank spaces by ordinary methods and to which, at his request, the names of the witnesses had been written with a pen and ink.

    Forty Centuries of Ink

  • Printed sheets are better for the city, and the hektograph copies ought to be sent off somewhere.”


  • Secondly, last night several young people made about five hundred hektograph copies of Pavel’s speech — not badly done, plain and clear.



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