Spacing

Spacing may refer to:

  • Spacing (magazine), a Canadian magazine.
  • Letter-spacing, the amount of space between a group of letters.
  • Line spacing or leading, the amount of added vertical spacing between lines of type.
  • Sentence spacing, the horizontal space between sentences in typeset text.
  • French spacing, one convention for the use of spaces in printed text around punctuation, words, and sentences.
  • Spacing, a science fiction term for a theoretical method of execution by space exposure.
  • Spacing, the distance between microphones in an AB microphone system (time-of-arrival stereophony).

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Labeling (map Design) - Form - Spacing
... The spacing of the letters on features also gives a more appealing map-—visually speaking ... By enlarging the increments between each letter of a word, the word in turn, becomes more pronounced ...
Languages Of North Korea - Spacing - Words Indicating A Single Concept
... Faculty of Humanities of Seoul National University Note that since the spacing rules in the South are often unknown, not followed, or optional ... Thus, the spacing depends on how one views what "one word" consists of, and so, while spacing is standardised in the South, in reality the standard does not matter ...
Soybean Management Practices - Row Spacing
... Row spacing is the second factor that determines canopy closure and yield components ... Row spacing can either refer to the space between plants in the same row or the distance between two rows ... Row spacing determines the degree of plant to plant competition ...
Baffle (in Vessel) - Installation of Baffles
... The minimum baffle spacing is the greater of 50.8mm or one fifth of the inner shell diameter ... The maximum baffle spacing is dependent on material and size of tubes ... with a "no tubes in window" design that affects the acceptable spacing within the design ...