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indentation

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishindentationin‧den‧ta‧tion /ˌɪndenˈteɪʃən/ (also indent) noun [countable]  1 TCNWRITEa space at the beginning of a line of writing2 CUTa cut into the surface or edge of something Make an indentation in the center of each cookie.
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indentationShe gently made an indentation in the centre of each cookie.It has, however, a highly irregular shape with bulges and indentations of various sizes, as shown in Fig. 21.3.Additional items such as colour, indentation and tabs can also be attached to the tag.To shape the generous indentation, the wood was taken out gradually with a deep oval gouge.These are also examples of hanging indentations.These kinds of hanging indentations can not be created with the Tab key.Hanging indentations are just the opposite.We came to the Cleft, a shallow indentation, a fold in the flesh of the mountain.The X-rays showed a slight indentation in the man's skull.When you move the cursor, the entire paragraph will adjust to that indentation.
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