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    In prepress and printing, an imposition or layout in which one negative flat is used to make two images on a plate. After the negative has produced one image on the plate, the flat is rotated 180o and a second exposure made. Work-and-twist layouts are used in two-up printing. See also Work-and-Tumble and Work-and-Turn.

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