Synonyms and related words:
albertype, book printing, chromotypography, chromotypy, chromoxylography, collotype, color printing, duplication, electronography, electrostatic printing, graphic arts, gravure, halftone engraving, hectography, history of printing, job printing, letterpress, letterpress photoengraving, line engraving, lithography, lithogravure, lithophotogravure, mimeograph, mimeography, offset, offset lithography, onset, palaeotypography, photo-offset, photochemical process, photoengraving, photogelatin process, photographic reproduction, photography, photolithography, phototypography, phototypy, photozincography, planographic printing, planography, printing, printmaking, publication, publishing, reduplication, relief printing, reproduction, reprography, rotary photogravure, rotogravure, rubbing, sheetwork, stencil, three-color printing, tracing, transcription, two-color printing, typography, typolithography, wood-block printing, xeroprinting, xylotypography, zincography

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