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white space

n.
Space on a page or in a document not covered by print or graphic matter.

white′ space`


n.
the unprinted area of a piece of printing, as of a page.
[1840–50]
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"We look for continued strength in beauty, and we see whitespace in ladies apparel as the category has taken positive steps recently and remains under-penetrated at BURL among peers," the analyst wrote.
The restoration, handled by Whitespace Interiors, acts to bridge modern-day meeting aesthetics with the hotel's original architectural charm and historic Gatsby-Era design.
Bartender Fair went to Whitespace Makati, and we witnessed an eclectic mix of professional bartenders and discerning nonconformists hailing from different underground scenes, with the fresh and fruity aroma of the Glenfiddich 12-year-old in the air.
Themed #WalangIwanan, the event launch at WhiteSpace in Makati City was attended by celebrities led by music icon Jet Pangan, actress Ina Raymundo and Internet celebrity Kimpoy Feliciano.
In a brief period of 1.6 years, it has strategically expanded its presence across tier 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 cities with a focus on hotels that are 80 rooms or less as that's the whitespace not many hotel chains have addressed.
In a brief period of 1.6 years, it has strategically expanded its presence across tier two, three, four, five and six cities with a focus on hotels that are 80 rooms or less as that's the whitespace not many hotel chains have addressed.
FleetPride said this its third acquisition of the year, filling whitespace between its locations.
Sarah, in an Instagram post Monday, June 17, credited Kai's maternal grandmother, Annabelle Rama, with organizing the celebration held in Whitespace Manila.
Trossachs Community Trust will receive PS50,000 to design, build and operate a mixture of wireless and whitespace technology which will provide 30 businesses and 72 properties with world class connectivity.
The line up for today's event includes Katrina Stirton-Dodd, head of trends at Contagious; Nick Hewat, commercial director, The Guardian; Richard Shotton, author of the best-selling The Choice Factory; Dan Hagen, global chief strategy officer, iProspect; Phillip Lockwood-Holmes, managing director, Whitespace; Simon Daglish, deputy managing director, ITV; and Dara Nasr, managing director, Twitter UK.
As connected devices continue to proliferate, Private LTE is poised to address the emerging whitespace within today's WAN and LAN infrastructureswide-area LAN connectivity.
Whitespace received the award after an independent judging panel and a public vote was cast amongst a short list featuring Northern Ireland's best digital and technology businesses.