from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. Printing To set (written material) into type; compose.
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- v. to set or compose written material into type
- adj. Set in type.
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- v. set in type
The text looks word-processed, not typeset, which is odd in a book that celebrates traditional design in another context.
The advent of Mathematica 6 has made a number of improvements possible, in particular the ability to antialias typeset mathematical formulas.
Almost all books today are electronically typeset.
The book had already been typeset, so I took out the paragraphs and replaced them with two paragraphs of the same length.
This is brass 4 point Times Roman, which will eventually be used to typeset a miniature book, made by P & S Engraving in East Sussex.
Erle has told me that the book has been typeset, proof'd and sent off to China for printing in the last week.
I am still changing the orderof the storieseven as the book is about to be typeset.
Whenever Jane dropped off her painstakingly prepared black leaflets to be typeset, she felt as if she were sneaking off to a house of ill repute in the seedy part of town.
They will edit, typeset, design the cover, print and even distribute your books for you.
I've linked to Granta's hardcover edition, which is nicely typeset with an intriguing cover (and was probably part of the selling point to me).