Now take these two pantographs of B's autograph, marked five months and seven months.
"The Tragedy of Pudd'nhead Wilson" by Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
PANTOGRAPH, the name given to a contrivance for copying a drawing or a design on an enlarged or a reduced scale.
"The Nuttall Encyclopaedia" by Edited by Rev. James Wood
By moving a pantograph control, Tom was able to manipulate the claws like a hand with fingers.
"Tom Swift and The Visitor from Planet X" by Victor Appleton
Luke moved the pantograph pointer, again and again, until it touched Weaver's robed body.
"The Worshippers" by Damon Francis Knight
One machine, called the pantograph or engraving machine, reproduces engravings in all metals and many shapes from patterns.
"The New Gresham Encyclopedia" by Various
Alstom's Prima II locomotive, set in a standard configuration and pulling cars with a total load of 950T, entered the Tunnel from the French side at 10:20 pm and proceeded to perform traction, braking and pantograph tests.
Eastbound train 209 was disabled with a damaged pantograph east of East Chicago about 5 pm, causing cancellations of at least six trains and delays on all service into the evening.