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Come off.

A sheet as printed is said to “come off” easily, or the reverse, if difficult to leave the forme by reason of heavy cuts.

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

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Columbian press.
Column galley.
Column matter.
Column rules.
Come in.
Come off.
Commence turns.
Commercial envelopes.
Commercial signs.