double-spaced double-spaced


  • (adj) (of type or print) having a blank line between lines of type


  1. It is a story of wirephoto, of plane delivery, of special teletype hookups and of wonderful cooperation from many friends of PTIa story that fills seven pages double-spaced.
  2. He then hands this typescript to his advisers, who make suggestions by striking out or inserting between his double-spaced lines.
  3. A mere 1 pages of double-spaced typing, it tried to sketch out how Ford would fit into the decisionmaking and paper flow of the White House.


  • Editorial guidelines for Washington Examiner op-ed contributors

    Op-ed submissions should be emailed as Microsoft Word files, in 12-point Times New Roman font, single-spaced within paragraphs, double-spaced between, maximum length of 600 words. Yes, that’s awfully short, and there is an infinity of space on the Internet.
    on January 21, 2014     Source: Washington Examiner

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