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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishspacingspac‧ing /ˈspeɪsɪŋ/ noun [uncountable]  SPACE/GAPthe amount of space between the printed letters, words, or lines on a pagesingle spacing (=lines with no empty lines between them)double spacing (=lines with one empty line after each one)
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spacingIf typed or word-processed, use double spacing.Page makeup software may allow type to be set in 1 point increments and, perhaps, offer half-point line spacing.Typesetting software would expect to offer at least half-point setting increments and tenth-point line spacing.However, the detection of word boundaries is relatively simple since they are usually indicated by physical spacing on the page.The proper spacing of plants is critical for their growth.double spacingIf it is unavoidable then type out the script in double spacing with bold headings.If typed or word-processed, use double spacing.It should be typed on A4 paper with double spacing and generous margins.Articles for the press should be written with double spacing and wide margins.
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