un mimeographed

mimeograph

[mim-ee-uh-graf, -grahf]
noun
1.
a printing machine with an ink-fed drum, around which a cut waxed stencil is placed and which rotates as successive sheets of paper are fed into it.
2.
a copy made from a mimeograph.
verb (used with object)
3.
to duplicate (something) by means of a mimeograph.

Origin:
formerly a trademark

unmimeographed, adjective
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Mimeograph (ˈmɪmɪəˌɡrɑːf, -ˌɡræf)
 
n
1.  trademark an office machine for printing multiple copies of text or line drawings from an inked drum to which a cut stencil is fixed
2.  a copy produced by this machine
 
vb
3.  to print copies from (a prepared stencil) using this machine

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mimeograph
"copying machine," 1889 (invented by Edison), from Gk. mimeomai "I imitate," from mimos "mime" + -graphos, from graphein "to write." A proprietary name from 1903 to 1948. The verb meaning "to reproduce by means of a mimeograph" is first attested 1895. Related: Mimeographed; mimeographing.
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