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1. Fabric style
2. Parti-colored fabric
3. Figured fabric
4. Photographer's product
5. Lithograph, e.g.
6. Pucci product
7. Developed motion-picture film
8. Art copy
9. Woodcut
10. Art sale item
11. Positive, for a shutterbug
12. Not electronic
13. Not stick to the script?
14. Not write cursively
15. Make the morning papers
16. Cursive alternative
17. Foot or finger follower
18. Use block letters
19. Litho, e.g.
20. Bit of crime scene evidence
21. CSI: Miami clue, perhaps
22. Ctrl P command
23. Negative positive
24. Word-processing operation
25. Positive of a negative
26. Crime scene smudge, maybe
27. Damning evidence, perhaps
28. One of "the media"
29. Ensure legibility, say
30. One of the news media
31. Reproduce, in a way
32. Clue on a weapon
33. Painting reproduction
34. Crime scene clue exposed by dusting
35. Datum in a forensic database
36. In __: published
37. Make a hard copy of
38. Get a hard copy
39. Write with block letters
40. Run off, as newspapers
41. Fuel-efficient Toyota
42. One following general directions?
43. Optical separator
44. Light splitter
45. Cover image on Pink Floyd's "The Dark Side of the Moon"
46. Certain decorative paperweight
47. Glass that makes a rainbow
48. What many doctors and lawyers work in
49. Greens, e.g.
50. Sex worker, say
51. Charity cases?
52. Quid -- quo
53. Court instructor
54. Cowboy or Spur, e.g.
55. Clue that's discovered by dusting
56. Publish like Gutenberg
57. Make the morning paper?
58. Dress fabric
59. Fabric design
60. Photo copy
61. News or fine
62. Positive photo
63. Type of dress fabric
64. Read the fine ___
65. Many a lawyer's office
66. Like some deductions, with "a"
67. Reproduction
68. Email option
69. It may be fine
70. Crime scene clue
71. Publish in newspaper
72. Duplicate
73. Run off
74. Word processing command
75. Letters
76. Word processor command
77. It may be fine or fine art
78. Word-processing command
79. Computer command
80. Computer order
81. Crime scene evidence
82. Picture from a negative
83. Fabric
84. "CSI: Miami" clue perhaps
85. "Fine" or "floral" follower
86. 'Read the fine ___'
87. Art form.
88. Black and White
89. Brief evidence
90. Chintz.
91. Cloth design.
92. Cloth.
93. Computer command under "File"
94. Computer menu option
95. Convert to hard copy
96. Copy
97. Copy of a movie
98. Counterpart to digital
99. Create a hard copy of
100. Create with a silk-screen
101. Crime clue
102. Crime scene find
103. Crime scene smudge maybe
104. Criminologist's discovery
105. Ctrl-P command
106. Currier & Ives item.
107. Cursive's opposite
108. Damning evidence perhaps
109. Dead-tree
110. Digital alternative
111. Director's cry
112. Dress goods.
113. Ensure legibility in a way
114. Ensure legibility say
115. Eschew cursive
116. Fabric pattern
117. File menu command
118. File menu option
119. File menu selection
120. Fine ___
121. Fine item?
122. Finger attachment
123. Finger feature
124. Finger follower
125. Finger mark
126. Finished photo
127. Forensics find
128. Form request
129. Form request sometimes
130. Foulard
131. Go to press
132. Go to press with
133. Impress
134. Impression
135. In ___: published
136. It may be fine in a contract
137. It's fine on contracts.
138. Leopard for one
139. Less-pricey purchase at a gallery
140. Litho
141. Litho e.g.
142. Lithograph e.g.
143. Lithograph for one
144. Make money say
145. Make a hard copy
146. Make a paper copy of
147. Media sector that includes newspapers
148. Microsoft Word command
149. News medium
150. Newspaper typography
151. Newspapers
152. One of the media
153. Order to the computer
154. Order-form request
155. Part of a forensic database
156. Patterned cloth
157. Patterned fabric
158. Photo booth buy
159. Photograph.
160. Piece of wall art
161. Positive for a shutterbug
162. Poster perhaps
163. Product of graphic art.
164. Publish
165. Put on paper?
166. Reproduce in a way
167. Reproduction.
168. Run in the paper
169. Run off a paper copy of
170. Run off as newspapers
171. Smudge at a crime scene
172. Snapshot
173. Type
174. Type of dress
175. Utilize an inkjet
176. What Command-P means on a Mac
177. Word processing option
178. Word-processor command
179. Write in block letters say
180. Write letter by letter
181. Write like a small child
182. Write but not in cursive
183. Figured calico
184. Photograph
185. Form request, sometimes
186. Monastic officer
187. Light refractor
188. In ____: published
189. Before
190. Future abbess, maybe
191. Blotch on one's record
192. Part of a perp's record
193. TV series originally set at Fox River State Penitentiary
194. Rainbow maker
195. Puritanical person
196. Alternatives to solids
197. Before (with "to")
198. Rap sheet item
199. Papers, magazines et al.
200. Beam splitter
201. Light shower?
202. Country club figure
203. In favor of
204. Old hand
205. Bull or Bear, e.g.
206. Lithograph, for one
207. Book's edition
208. Excessively proper
209. Rap sheet entry
210. ___ Eugen, former German cruiser.
211. Practiced the art of typography.
212. Picture from a negative.
213. Benjamin Franklin was one.
214. Etching.
215. Figured calico.
216. Stylish fabrics.
217. Seasonably named French star.
218. Abbot's aide.
219. Abbot's assistant.
220. Dress fabrics.
221. Pressman.
222. Type of cloth.
223. Art items.
224. Impress.
225. Candidate for "What's My Line?"
226. Impression.
227. O.K. for publication.
228. Ben Franklin's early trade.
229. Wrote, in a way.
230. Antecedent.
231. Engraving
232. Etching
233. Dress goods
234. Dress made of a certain cloth
235. Product of graphic art
236. Currier & Ives item
237. Chintz
238. Type of cloth
239. Cloth design
240. Cloth
241. To transfer items from a computer onto paper
242. Lettering
243. Sprinting to get the picture