hard page

hard page

[′härd ‚pāj]
(computer science)
A page break that is inserted in a document by the user, and whose location is not changed by the addition, deletion, or reformatting of text.
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When he fretted, she was patient; when he growled, she ploughed bravely through the hard pages not dry to her in one sense, for quiet tears dropped on them now and then; and when Mac fell into a despairing mood, she comforted him with every hopeful word she dared to offer.