from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A duplicating-machine constructed on the principle of the press.


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  • As to the time required to prepare copies of the questions for distribution when the class convenes, it may be said that a neostyle or mimeograph, with which all large schools and many small ones are equipped, makes short work of preparing as many copies of the questions as desired.

    The Teaching of History


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