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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of mimeograph.


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  • They reminded me of civic leaders I knew back in the United States, of church basements and mimeographed flyers and community meetings; except the community, in their case, was Sadr City.

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  • He'd handed out a mimeographed sheet telling you what the rules were; everybody had to get a crew cut, coats and ties on game day, no alcohol, no smoking, and an eleven o'clock curfew.

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  • My publication was called, "Eldritch Leanings"; and would contain minor thoughts, movie and book reviews, pictures, a little bit of artwork (mostly the cover), and began as a Xeroxed production, then switched to mimeographed, and finally to high-quality printing before I gave it up due to time constraints and embarrassment over how poor my offerings were compared to the scholarly works of others like S.T. Joshi.

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  • In late September 1961, she called everyone she knew and then started sending mimeographed copies of a call to strike on Nov. 1.

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  • I carefully folded the mimeographed sheet she handed out to every one of us and took it home after school with enormous excitement.

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  • An feisty old Texas dairy farmer I knew had this joke in his stack of well-worn mimeographed copies he loved to take out and show to visitors.

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  • Over the next few years, I published seven mimeographed issues of Toothpaste, and three mimeographed books, while beginning to learn the craft and history of letterpress printing and small press publishing.

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  • One evening, the workshop leader told us that we had been asked to help collate the pages of a mimeographed magazine.

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  • The first thing I ever published was in the seventh grade -- a mimeographed weekly paper called THE DAILY BLAB, a class-clown kind of thing which my homeroom teacher encouraged to reign in my urge to disrupt pretty much everything I possibly could.

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  • But no: Miss Miller mimeographed “The Game” and, with my reluctant permission, handed it out to all her classes.

    The Dark Side of Innocence


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