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  • Tapered centring | Definition and Translations

    A way of typesetting where the centered lines gradually change their width, usually becoming narrower at the end of a text or segment.

     

    French: Cul-de-lampe
    German: Spitzkolumne
    Polish: cul-de-lampe, finalik
    Spanish: Consola tipográfica

    Ralf Herrmann By Ralf Herrmann ()
    Contributors: Manuel Sesma JesusBarrientos Przemysław Sakrajda



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