Definition of Duplicators

1. Noun. (plural of duplicator) ¹



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Definition of Duplicators

1. duplicator [n] - See also: duplicator

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Duplicators

duplexity
duplicability
duplicable
duplicatable
duplicate
duplicate publication
duplicated
duplicates
duplicating
duplication
duplication of chromosomes
duplications
duplicative
duplicator
duplicators (current term)
duplicature
duplicatures
duplicitas
duplicitas anterior
duplicitas posterior
duplicities
duplicitous
duplicitously
duplicitousness
duplicity
duplicity theory of vision
duplicon
duplicons
duplied

Literary usage of Duplicators

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1. Photographic Amusements, Including a Description of a Number of Novel by Walter E. Woodbury (1922)
"... otherwise objects on the wall may show through the head, as in some of the spirit photography methods given on previous pages. duplicators AND ..."

2. Proceedings of the Board of Education, Detroit by Detroit (Mich.). Board of Education (1902)
"graphs," to be used in twelve room buildings and over ; and "duplicators" of Standard quality to be used in buildings of eight rooms and less. ..."

3. The Stenographer's and Correspondent's Handbook: A Reference Work on by International Correspondence Schools (1910)
"There is considerable difference in duplicators of this class, ... The principal difference in this class of duplicators is in the copying surface. ..."

4. The Shorthand World and Imperial Typist (1907)
"The latter are termed rotary duplicators. ... Hand duplicators. The first stencil apparatus with which the writer became familiar was ..."

5. Decimal Classification and Relative Index for Libraries and Personal Use: In ...by Melvil Dewey by Melvil Dewey (1922)
"... not limited to a special department See also 652 Typers, duplicators, ... and other duplicators see 652 .267 Mail and shipping room devices Letter and ..."

6. The American Office: Its Organization, Management and Records by John William Schulze (1914)
"In spite of their crude appearance, these little duplicators are very valuable for inter-departmental communications and for forms, when only twenty to ..."

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