print

produce (books, newspapers, magazines, etc), especially in large quantities, by a mechanical process involving the trasfer of text, images, or design to paper.

verb

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the text appearing in a book, newspaper or other printed publication, especially with reference to its size, form or style.

noun

print

verb

produce (books, newspapers, magazines, etc), especially in large quantities, by a mechanical process involving the transfer of text, images, or design to paper. 

1.

2.

noun

the text appearing in a book, newspaper or other printed publication, especially with reference to its size, form or style.

Monterey County Weekly/Nic Coury

TO EASE TENSIONS WITH CICLOVIA, A TEST-DRIVE AREA AIMS TO KEEP CAR DEALERSHIPS OPEN

On a typical Sunday afternoon, car dealerships on East Alisal Street in Salinas are busy with prospective customers eager for a test drive. The fifth annual Ciclovía Salinas event, approaching Oct. 15, is not a typical Sunday: Instead, the one-day open-streets event transforms 1.5 miles of Alisal Street, from Sanborn Road to Main Street, into a car-free space devoted to biking, walking, running, skating and other forms of recreation.

And car dealers in particular worry the event will negatively affect their businesses.

AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell 

MEXICAN FARMERS USING FIREFLIES TO SAVE FOREST 

NANACAMILPA, Mexico (AP) — In the village of Nanacamilpa, tiny fireflies are helping save the towering pine and fir trees on the outskirts of the megalopolis of Mexico City.

Thousands of them light up a magical spectacle at dusk in the old-growth forests on reserves like the Piedra Canteada park, about 45 miles (75 kilometers) east of Mexico’s sprawling capital city.

Piedra Canteada in Tlaxcala state isn’t a government-run park, but a rural cooperative that has managed to emerge from poverty and dependence on logging with the help of the fireflies.

AP Photo/Nick Wagner

MEXICO'S PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED 'CHARRO' COWBOYS TEST LIMITS 

CUAUTITLAN IZCALLI, Mexico (AP) — Salvador Espinoza spends his days in a wheelchair due to a spinal cord injury that left him paralyzed from the waist down. When he mounts his horse and tightens the back brace that helps him keep upright in the saddle, he transforms into a charro, or Mexican cowboy.

In the traditional Mexican sport of charreria, this country’s version of rodeo, they say you have to be agile, tough and brave.

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