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Typographical

adverb

1) Of or pertaining to the act or act of representing by types or symbols; emblematic; figurative; typical.

2) Of or pertaining to typography or printing; as, the typographic art.

Example Sentences for

Typographical

1) Sterne is fascinated by the material presence of a book, and his use of headings, diagrams, blank pages, Typographical devices and the like keeps us constantly aware of the materiality of what we are reading.
2) Several of his symphonies are recorded -LRB- the date 1973 in the Musicweb review of the Melodiya recording of symphony 3 is probably a Typographical error , since the publishers listing also gives 1975 for the first performance of that work . -RRB-
3) The book is stuffed with quotations, inscriptions, fragments of text, Typographical devices.
4) We are now in a print culture, and to remind us of the fact Joyce uses Typographical devices in his work to draw attention to the fact that his books are books.
5) The book is stuffed with quotations, inscriptions, fragments of text, Typographical devices.
6) We are now in a print culture, and to remind us of the fact Joyce uses Typographical devices in his work to draw attention to the fact that his books are books.
7) The Typographical principle , that is the creation of a complete text by reusing identical characters , was first realized in the Phaistos Disc , an enigmatic Minoan print item from Crete , Greece , which dates between 1850 and 1600 BC
8) Sterne is fascinated by the material presence of a book, and his use of headings, diagrams, blank pages, Typographical devices and the like keeps us constantly aware of the materiality of what we are reading.