grangerisation

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grangerize or grangerise (ˈɡreɪndʒəˌraɪz)
 
vb
1.  to illustrate (a book) by inserting prints, drawings, etc, taken from other works
2.  to raid (books) to acquire material for illustrating another book
 
[C19: named after Joseph Granger, 18th-century English writer, whose Biographical History of England (1769) included blank pages for illustrations to be supplied by the reader]
 
grangerise or grangerise
 
vb
 
[C19: named after Joseph Granger, 18th-century English writer, whose Biographical History of England (1769) included blank pages for illustrations to be supplied by the reader]
 
'grangerism or grangerise
 
n
 
grangeri'zation or grangerise
 
n
 
grangeri'sation or grangerise
 
n
 
'grangerizer or grangerise
 
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'grangeriser or grangerise
 
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