What is the definition of "chromotypography"?

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Chromotypography is the art or the process of printing different colours. Chromotypography is derived from the word chromotophy which is the art of printing in colours. Chromotophy is done by the arts of typography and lithography, often in conjunction with photo-engraving.
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