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- n. A set V (whose elements are called vertices or nodes), taken together with a multiset E, each of whose elements (called an edge or line) is a cardinality-two multisubset of V.
- n. A set V (as before), taken together with a multiset E, each of whose elements is a cardinality-two subset of V.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A combined rotary type-setting and printing machine for office use. The type is transferred semi-automatically by means of keys from a type-supply drum to a printing drum. The printing may be done by means of an inked ribbon to print “typewritten” letters, or directly from inked type or a stereotype plate, as in a printing press.
The dictaphone is a kind of multigraph phonograph typewriter 82 83
Plantard claimed he left the society not only for health reasons but also because of “certain maneuvers by our English and American Brothers,” as well as the appearance in “multigraph brochures deposited in the Bibliothèque Nationale, offalse orfalsified documents concerning me” his emphasis.
This course will also include a study of the mimeograph, multigraph, calculators and bookkeeping machines.
Its offices are modernly equipt with vaults, steel cabinets, electric adding and calculating machines, electric multigraph, addressograph and photostat machines.
1903 - Harry Gammeter, Cleveland, patents multigraph duplicating machine