Printed

  • (adj): Written in print characters or produced by means of e.g. a printing press.

Some articles on printed:

Fantastic Four Adventures - Content
... Pacheco and the run by Mark Waid and the late Mike Wieringo, but last printed Mark Millar's and Jonathan Hickman's individual runs on the Fantastic Four ... It has also printed the Thing miniseries Freakshow, Reed Richards Before the Fantastic Four, as well as Fantastic Four The End ... that depicted the death of Jonny Storm, and a story entitled Uncles', originally printed in issue #588 of the US publication of Fantastic Four ...
Mc Call's - Features
... and lasting until at least 1995, Betsy McCall paper dolls were printed in most issues ... Children could cut out the printed dolls and clothing, or for a small fee (10¢ in 1957, 25¢ in 1967) paper dolls printed on cardboard could be ordered ...
William Parron
... in 1499 De astrorum vi fatali, a private printed prediction for Henry, and engaged in investigative work on the background of Perkin Warbeck ... He was printed by Wynkyn de Worde and Richard Pynson his almanac is said to be the first printed in English ...
The Black Album (Prince album)
... The 1987 promo-only release had no printed title, artist name, production credits or photography printed a simple black sleeve accompanied the disc ... a song listing and catalog number—25677—were printed on the disc itself ... The commercial version was to only have the catalog number printed in the color pink on the spine ...
Jakob Klatzkin - Literary Works
... printed in Berlin) "Baruch Spinoza, Hermann Cohen, and Crayim" (printed in Berlin) "Mishnat Rishonim", a philosophical anthology (printed in Berlin) "Shkiyatahay ...

Famous quotes containing the word printed:

    The printed lies of the government.
    James A. Garfield (1831–1881)

    Few speeches which have produced an electrical effect on an audience can bear the colourless photography of a printed record.
    Archibald Philip Primrose, 5th Earl Rosebery (1847–1929)

    All that are printed and bound are not books; they do not necessarily belong to letters, but are oftener to be ranked with the other luxuries and appendages of civilized life. Base wares are palmed off under a thousand disguises.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)