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monospacing

[′män·ō‚spās·iŋ]
(graphic arts)
Type spacing in which every character occupies the same horizontal space.
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The order includes 11 KONE EcoSpace machine-room-less elevators, five hydroelectric freight elevators, 12 KONE MonoSpace units and five escalators.
A total of 36 eco-efficient Kone monospace elevators and two TravelMaster escalators have been installed at ITEC.
The car is called an "urban crossover": tall like an SUV, spacious and flexible like a monospace and small as a compact car, it highlights the spirit of trendy urban lifestyle for less cost than a MINI Clubman.
The contract includes 35 KONE MonoSpace Special elevators, one KONE TranSys freight elevator, 63 escalators and eight autowalks.
Altogether six categories were chosen, small city cars, city cars, compact cars, road cars, compact monospace cars and large monospace cars.
Instead of adopting the normal MPV monospace shape, Greenley has given the Rodius a strong, stand-out look that will make it an unusual head-turner.
Increase leasable space--KONE's MonoSpace elevator doesn't require a machine room or penthouse.
As far as accommodation is concerned, the Liv took some inspiration from modern monospace family vehicles layouts, whereby the seven rear seats can be removed and rearranged into a number of configurations.
First shown as a concept at the 1997 Frankfurt auto show, the company will create a new segment with his notchback that, according to Opel, is an entirely new concept in automobile architecture it will be the next Zafira monospace, Paddock says.
Because viewers of your Web page may not have the specific font that you specify in your stylesheet, you should also specify a generic font (serif, sansserif, monospace, cursive, or fantasy).
I also found that the conventions used were well thought out with web addresses shown in computer monospace font and if the reader needs to click on them they are then displayed in bold as well, etc.
Courier New, a monospace font type, provided equal character sizes with the same character attributes at these resolutions.