double spread

double spread

n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) printing two facing pages of a publication treated as a single unit
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The most notorious misdeeds earn a double spread, incorporating a quote in massive letters and a stylized graphic.
The four week campaign will also involve digital advertising on popular news and travel websites, a 30 metre long digital billboard at Sydney Airport, a double spread in Tigerair's magazine and radio advertising on popular web-based music platform Spotify.
These two pages lead directly to a deep green double spread of gunfire and exploding shells.
Joe, whom I've got to know well now, often sits with his face hidden behind a double spread newspaper.
The second is to browse through a newspaper and confirm that every double spread is a story about some horrific crime or a politician's revolting behavior.
The penultimate double spread and final page are almost entirely a deep brown-black: the double spread features two small, torn squares, one, bottom far left, picturing a rabbit, and one, bottom far right, picturing the original inhabitant, which resembles a stylized kangaroo; the last page offers a larger, blue-tinged central square surrounded by darkness, with a debris-covered landscape, and one small pool reflecting the stars.
And you are your own voice on our daily double spread of letters in Mailbag.
Each double spread contains two photos filled with various hockey paraphernalia.
A few months ago you could have caught the copy which had a double spread of close-ups of men's penises, each with a cute name to describe its size and shape.
Dallas was an early exponent of haiku in New Zealand, and this book includes a double spread.
A number of panoramas, in excerpt, are enlarged and printed across a double spread, and a few are printed so as to unfold, in the book, to 10x46 ins, in such beautiful detail as to allow one to appreciate a sector of the Front impossible to visualize previously.