Flong
Flong \Flong\ (? or ?), obs. imp. & p. p. of {Fling}. [1913 Webster]

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  • Flong — is a term in printing which refers to a kind of stereotype used in a rotary press.Invented in Lyon in 1829 by the French printer Claude Genoux, a flong was a papier mâché mould taken of a set of type which could then be curved to fit the cylinder …   Wikipedia

  • Flong — Flong, n. [Of the same origin as flawn, flan, a metal disk.] (Stereotyping) A compressed mass of paper sheets, forming a matrix or mold for stereotype plates. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Fløng — is a small town in Denmark located on Zealand, situated between Copenhagen and Roskilde. The city has approximately 4,000 inhabitants …   Wikipedia

  • flong — /flong, flawng/, n. Print. the material of which a stereotype mold is made. [1875 80; alter. of F flan FLAN] * * * …   Universalium

  • Flong — Original name in latin Flng Name in other language Flong, Flng State code DK Continent/City Europe/Copenhagen longitude 55.66212 latitude 12.18698 altitude 27 Population 11108 Date 2012 01 17 …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • flong — Junk email sent by well meaning co workers, friends. and often by relatives new to the net. Can you believe it? My own mother sent me some lightbulb joke flong yesterday …   Dictionary of american slang

  • flong — Junk email sent by well meaning co workers, friends. and often by relatives new to the net. Can you believe it? My own mother sent me some lightbulb joke flong yesterday …   Dictionary of american slang

  • Fløng — Sp Fliòngas Ap Fløng L Danija …   Pasaulio vietovardžiai. Internetinė duomenų bazė

  • flong — /flɒŋ/ (say flong) noun (in printing) paper or other material from which a stereotype mould is made. {alteration of French flan flan} …   Australian English dictionary

  • flong — noun A mould, especially one made from papier mâché, used to create a stereotype. 1892: Stereotyping, the Papier Mache Process, Charles Sumner Partridge …   Wiktionary

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