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    Rotogravure

    Webfed gravure printing utilizing a cylinder to carry the image, used for the economical printing of long-run jobs such as newspaper supplements and Sunday magazine sections. In the early part of the twentieth centiry, newspaper supplements were called "rotogravure sections." See Gravure.

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