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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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KONE will also install 12 KONE TravelMaster(TM) escalators, six KONE MonoSpace machine room-less elevators and two freight elevators to facilitate people flow throughout the eight-story convention center at the building's base.
Kone provided its trademarked equipment and systems including 13 MiniSpace and 18 MonoSpace elevators, two TransitMaster 120 escalators, a Polaris Destination Control System, an E-Link monitoring system and a Care Maintenance Service.
The firm recently celebrated 1m units in service, measured from 1996 when it introduced its MonoSpace machine room-less elevator, to 2013, when it launched its UltraRope and People Flow Intelligence technologies.
The Kone equipment in Kingdom Tower will include 21 KONE MonoSpace elevators, 29 Kone MiniSpace elevators, seven Kone DoubleDeck MiniSpace elevators and eight Kone TravelMaster 110 escalators.
The Kone equipment in Kingdom Tower will include 21 Kone MonoSpace elevators, 29 MiniSpace elevators, seven DoubleDeck MiniSpace elevators and eight TravelMaster 110 escalators.
It's got this modern, unique monospace shape to it that focuses on the technology:' He also thinks that the ELR is "a special Cadillac"--"It should come in a jewelry box," he says, metaphorically.
Grace a ses portes arriere coulissantes et son montant central integre aux portes, le monospace Ford B-MAX dispose d'une largeur d'ouverture inedite de 1,5 m pour donner acces a un interieur spacieux et de qualite.
The order, booked in the first quarter of 2013, includes 43 KONE MonoSpace elevators, 28 TravelMaster 110 escalators, 13 TransitMaster 120 escalators, one TransitMaster 140 escalator and eight TransitMaster 185 autowalks.
KONE is supplying MonoSpace and TranSys elevators, TravelMaster and TransitMaster escalators and autowalks for the new Muscat International Airport.
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.
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.