(v.) = print ; print out ; run off ; impress ; pull ; come off + the press. Ex: Accessions lists contain information about the documents received since the last time the list was printed. Ex: Like the stop-list, the go-list can also be displayed or printed out for consideration prior to updating or other modification. Ex: Not only are they the same work, they were run off from the same plates. Ex: A typical opening of the book shows two pages of text with the unfamiliar long 'f' often heavily impressed into a rough-looking paper. Ex: Until the later seventeenth century a special form of piecework payment was common in French and English houses, whereby journeymen contracted with the master to set so many pages or pull so many sheets in a day. Ex: The number of copies of an edition which have come off the press at any one time is known as the size of the edition. ---- * empezar a imprimir = go to + press. * encargado de la máquina de imprimir = machine-minder. * imprimir en letra realzada = print in + double density. * joven ayudante del encargado de la máquina de imprimir = machine boy. * letra rota o a medio imprimir = broken letter. * máquina de imprimir direcciones = addressograph ; addressing machine. * que se puede imprimir = printable. * reimprimir = reprint. * volver a imprimir = reprint.