stickful after stickful was arranged, until a page of type lay there.
The reporter presents himself at the city desk, tells what he has got, and is told by the city editor, “Write a stickful.”
With the opening installment of the first serial the Free Press published a photograph of the author over a stickful of biography.
Nort walked over to the stone, took up a stickful of type, and began to distribute it in the cases.
All that was worthy of preservation remained in what the printer calls a "stickful."
Not a soul about the place, no copy, not a stickful of live matter on the galleys!
When he had set a dozen lines—more or less—he had a “stickful.”