white space


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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]
References in classic literature ?
Afar in the southwest was the great shimmering, pearl-like sparkle of an evening star in a sky that was pale golden and ethereal rose over gleaming white spaces and dark glens of spruce.
During these hours the silence was not broken, and the only movement was caused by the movement of trees and branches which stirred slightly, and then the shadows that lay across the white spaces of the land moved too.
This triggered an investigation into the companys affairs by the Insolvency Service and investigators found that from May 2014, the two directors caused or allowed White Space to make 831,000 worth of payments or loans to companies they had connections with.
And terminal caesura, at the end of a line, could be thought of as the earliest spatial pause, because of the white space that follows until the reader's eye returns to the next beginning.
Focused on introducing innovative technologies into the TV White Space market, the partnership will expand the TV White Space ecosystem, making broadband more affordable and accessible for customers in the rural US and around the world.
As Turkey's largest data centre and cloud services operator, the company expects to reach a total white space capacity of 37,900 square metres upon the kick-off of its Ankara and Corlu data centres.
White space is somewhat of a relative term though, and it is largely dependent on where a company is in its lifecycle.
Yes, of course, the white space. The space no one else owns, that's just sitting there, like a pristine, snow-covered field in the upper right-hand quadrant of an X-Y axis, waiting to be tapped for its unfulfilled potential!
The TV White Space (TVWS) network is provided by FilAsia System Technologies Inc.
Once the DCIM system is up and running, it will provide a number of services, including: operations and resource management, asset tracking and connectivity management, workflows and change management, predictive capacity planning, 2D or 3D white space layouts, real time monitoring, analytics and reporting.
"Wifi has a range of only about 100 metres, whereas the 200-300 MHz spectrum band available in the white space can reach up to 10 km," Bhaskar Pramanik, chairman, Microsoft India is quoted as saying.