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space inserted between lines of typeset text, either as metal strips, or via the computer program If we increase the leading from

1 to 2 point, the book will make twelve extra pages.

COMMENT: The spaces between lines of text are called ‘leading’ because originally the lines were separated by thin strips of lead; the term is still used, even for computer setting, although here ‘interlinear spacing’ is more correct.



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