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Laid up.

When a forme is printed off and required for distribution, it is said to be “laid-up” when washed, placed on the board, and unlocked. The same term is applied to a forme placed on the imposing surface and ready for correction.

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Entry taken from Printers' Vocabulary, by Charles Thomas Jacobi, 1888.

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Label punches.
Ladies’ cards.
Laid paper.
Laid up.
Lapped paper.
Large cards.
Large court envelopes.
Large post.