unspaced

ADJECTIVE
  1. arranged without spaces between
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  • Initial letters are spaced as in the original, i.e., personal initials: spaced; academic initials: unspaced. The Letters of Queen Victoria, Volume 1 (of 3), 1837-1843) A Selection from Her Majesty's Correspondence Between the Years 1837 and 1861
  • Too many people would ask awkward questions if I were to disappear suddenly ... even on a trip of exploration in an unspaced area. The Tar-Aiym Krang
  • Gutcheck is a little program I wrote/write/will-write over the years that complains about common problems in a PG text ... bad line-lengths, common typos, numbers within words (like the "1" in "wor1d") unbalanced quotations, spaced or unspaced punctuation, non-ASCII characters. The Project Gutenberg FAQ 2002
  • Most of the original treatises have perished; two thousand of these, containing three million unpunctuated and unspaced lines, were abridged to one hundred and fifty thousand lines or sentences. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 9: Laprade-Mass Liturgy
  • In this volume, a dash—regardless of its length in the copy-text—is set as an unspaced em rule when used as punctuation. Later Articles and Reviews
  • A process of turning the old unspaced capital scripts into minuscule began and much of the mathematical writing which have survived have done so because they were copied into this new format.
  • 'We'll travel most of the way through unspaced areas, but then, one section of nothing is very much like any other, kweli? The Tar-Aiym Krang
  • In this volume, a dash—regardless of its length in the copy-text—is set as an unspaced em rule when used as punctuation. Later Articles and Reviews
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