double-page

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double-page

[ˈdʌblˌpeɪdʒ] adj double-page spreadpubblicità a doppia pagina
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Each section consists of a double-page panoramic scene, the picture littered with twenty mistakes in the detailed drawings, followed by a further double-page spread of notes identifying those mistakes and giving further information about the topic.
However, the paper surpassed itself with a recent double-page montage of local scenes by 38-year-old Chronicle reader Darren Knott from Hepworth in Gateshead.
Interestingly, the paper's double-page spread on energy barely had a mention of the N-word.
The opening double-page photograph showed a very interesting island with a ruined castle, a large chateau, a small chateau, an enclosed harbour and a Watergate.
Captioned photos occupy every page--and most of the photos are full page or double-page spreads, with some smaller or thumbnail-size pictures tucked in.
I understand that many articles are sufficiently in-depth to warrant more than a standard double-page spread.
Most of the illustrations are full colour but there are two double-page spreads of impressive silhouettes.
In a 9x12" format, this volume is primarily images: full pages and double-page spreads displaying photos and drawings of projects completed by the Los Angeles architecture firm, Studio William Hefner.
The book features 220 double-page charts at a scale of 1.
TESCO has run double-page ads in national papers to apologise for their part in the horse-meat scandal.
why Steven Pienaar is the signing all the Blues fans wanted 8-9 Put your heroes on your wall - it's the double-page pullout poster no fan should be without 10-11 Steven Naismith - the man charged with filling Cahill's boots (and if he needs a hand, he's got James Bond's number.
And what did I see but a double-page spread about the Queen of England and her family, plus a good deal of talk about soldiers and war, with - chwarae teg - a brief mention of the parade and a small picture; but the most important event of the day seems to have been a visit to Fortnum and Mason's