double spread

double spread

n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) printing two facing pages of a publication treated as a single unit
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"If he was born like that you'd feel cruel saying it but as he's picked it out of a catalogue of some kind, I presume it was a double spread and there was a fold in the middle."
Another MEP, Ellie Chowns, also a member of the totally useless Green Party, preaches the gospel of the United States of Europe from a double spread in the Star.
Two months after the Ninoy Aquino assassination in 1983, his political cartoons earned a double spread in Eggie Apostol's Mr.
Two months after the Ninoy Aquino assassination, his political cartoons earned a double spread on Eggie Apostol's Mr &Ms.
In the picturebook, these ideas of difference and sameness are shown in a series of large-scale stylised brightly coloured 'head and shoulders' portraits, two on each double spread. They might represent girls or boys.
The book ends with a clearly laid-out summary of 'The exercises at a glance' double spread. Highly recommended for parents and other carers of infants, and practitioners who wish to encourage their patients to extend what their babies have experienced in clinic.
In hues of grey, black, and navy, the frst double spread depicts an expansive cityscape devoid of any green space.
The most notorious misdeeds earn a double spread, incorporating a quote in massive letters and a stylized graphic.
We find the first semiotic metaphor identified in this story in the fourth double spread. The verbal component reads: "'I love you this much,' said Little Nutbrown Hare." The meaning of the circumstance 'this much' in the verbal mode is exemplified through the material process of stretching out the arms in the visual component.
The first item, "Local Survivors from before the Reformation," is introduced by Ian Doyle, former Keeper of Rare Books at Durham, and illustrated (across the double spread which is characteristic of each item in this book) by an item from one of the several books from Durham Cathedral Priory held at Ushaw, a fragment of binding material from the Christmas liturgy (Northumbria, eighth century).
These two pages lead directly to a deep green double spread of gunfire and exploding shells.