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Old 05-08-2006, 11:50 AM   #1
PeterArnel
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Default Printer's Glossary: Part 1

WE in the UK have a slightly different version
Up means **** up when u cock a job up and it has gone wrong - u say "Oh Golly Gosh look at that, the job has gone **** up" - and "on" means - U are having me - on they want it when" or we may say "Go fourth and mutliply" or something like that
Peter

On the other hand 4 up sheet work is a method of working - some might say 4 on a sheet
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