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indent in Newspapers, printing, publishing topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishindentin‧dent1 /ɪnˈdent/ verb [transitive]  TCNWRITEto start a line of writing further towards the middle of the page than other lines Use the Tab key to indent the first line of the paragraph.→ See Verb table
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indentYou will notice that the first line of the paragraph is no longer indented.You might want to indent a whole paragraph, like this one, to make a specific point stand out.The ventral arm plates are pentagonal, the distal edge is convex but indented in the middle.Place a sheet of copper or pewter, pressing quite hard, so that you indent it.To indent more than one paragraph, you must press F4 or shift-F4 before you type each one.To indent text on both sides, press Shift-F4.