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Greek root that means "strike" or "make an impression"
a machine with keys that "strike" and "make an impression" of letters on paper
a perfect example from which copies can be "struck", or made
the first or original kind or model of a design, from which other copies will be "struck" or made
thinking or saying that all the members of a group are alike, "struck" from the same pattern
to "strike" or cast an actor repeatedly in the same role
having the distinctive features of a group or kind, all "struck" the same
a person who strikes the keys on a typewriter or a computer keyboard
of or about printing or typing, in which things are struck or impressed
the arrangement, appearance, or style of printed (struck) material
Latin root that means "twist"
a performer who can "twist" his or her body into different positions
to twist the facts so as to misrepresent; to pull or twist out of shape
to "twist" or get something from a person by using force, fraud, or threats
to twist words back in a quick or sharp reply
having many twists, turns, and bends; winding