single-spaced


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sin·gle-space

(sĭng′gəl-spās′)
v. sin·gle-spaced, sin·gle-spac·ing, sin·gle-spac·es
v.tr.
To type, print, or format (copy) without leaving a blank line between lines.
v.intr.
To type, print, or format copy without leaving a blank line between lines.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.single-spaced - (of type or print) not having a blank space between lines; "business letters are usually single-spaced"
spaced - arranged with spaces between; often used as a combining form; "widely spaced eyes"
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5X11 Inch Paper With Margins No Less Than One-Inch On Each Border, Single-Spaced Using A Minimum Of 12-Point Font Size And Shall Number Each Page Consecutively.
Up to 2 pages of translated material to discuss with the editor (suggested 2 double-spaced pages of prose or 1 single-spaced page of poetry; see formatting guidelines below)
The appendices include a 190-page, single-spaced transcription of the ten hours of speech data.
After filing suit, the Grotties timely filed an eleven-page, single-spaced report by Dr.
He also said he was surprised to learn the list of national and state organizations that state agencies pay dues for is a single-spaced list that runs 10 pages long.
It operates off of three AA alkaline batteries (for more than 700 hours of use) or a rechargeable battery pack and can store hundreds of pages of single-spaced text.
Sarah explained her decision to her family in a five-page, single-spaced letter.
And truth be told, we got ourselves a three-page, single-spaced list of folks volunteering for that job.
The underlying technology is Sageworks' FIND[TM], an expert system that uses a set of more than 5,000 metrics (based on proprietary industry benchmarking data) that trigger specific sections of text from a database that exceeds 10,000 single-spaced pages.
Authors are asked to submit unclassified abstracts of one to two full, single-spaced, typewritten pages, supplemented by diagrams, if necessary.
Hall's initial command guidance was a four-page, single-spaced e-mail from Privratsky.
Whether typed by law enforcement personnel or handwritten by the subject, the statement should be single-spaced and ultimately reviewed (read aloud) by the subject who will initial corrections and write a final sentence acknowledging his understanding of the statement.

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