bindery bindery

Definition(s):

  • (n) a workshop where books are bound

Usage(s):

  1. Chuck Percy sought new fields, led Bell Howell deep into such areas as microfilm and mailing systems, business machines and bindery gear.
  2. They set up their own presses and bindery to turn out masses of books and pamphlets, persuaded the diocesan clergy to conduct missions to non-Catholics.
  3. Michelle Obama worked a book bindery, spent all four undergrad years at Princeton at the Third World Center on campus.

News

  • Oltman celebrates 25 years at RR Donnelley

    Randall Oltman, of RR Donnelley in Dwight, celebrated 25 years with the company on June 11. Oltman began his career Dec. 8, 1987, as a casual material handler in the bindery. He became a full-time bindery material handler on Aug.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: The Ottawa Times

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