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    A printing defect characterized by elongated blotches of ink in non-image areas, commonly caused by mechanical problems with the press, such as damaged rollers (in lithography), or by improper wiping of a gravure cylinder by the doctor blade (due to dried ink fragments attached to it, or other such problems).

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