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hyphenation

Breaking words that extend beyond the right margin. Software hyphenates words by matching them against a hyphenation dictionary or by using a built-in set of rules, or both. See discretionary hyphen.
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Hyphenation of NMR with Other Analytical Separation Techniques
Soft hyphenation supports a number of languages, including German, which is a challenging language due to the manner in which words are constructed.
Coverage encompasses areas including sample preparation, separation, identification, hyphenation and quantification techniques, microstructural analysis, additive dynamics, and in-process analysis.
Then a printing industry executive, Seybold saw at the Florida paper a primitive computerized hyphenation system developed to help printers decide where words should break.
The system, offered at NMR frequencies of 500 MHz and higher, is fully automated with hyphenation software.
Hyphenation and justification now take place on a paragraph level (rather than on a whole document level), resulting in a more uniform right-hand rag There's also a single-click Optical Alignment feature that "hangs" punctuation marks outside the column margins.
It was surprising to note the repeated hyphenation of 'Hans-Magnus Enzensberger' (pp.
I believe, in spite of the current prevailing common wisdom, that we are all equally American: that the hyphenation and racialization of our society by ethnicity is an evil and harmful thing; that racial segregation encouraged by the political left - separate dorms, eating facilities and even graduations at colleges, for example - is as deplorable as that imposed by the political right; and that racial census classification, ordained by our government, contradicts the dictum that all men are created equal.
Chapter 4 focuses on hyphenation and capitalization; it also includes a brief but welcome discussion of foreign surnames and their proper usage and an extensive list of scientific abbreviations, acronyms, and symbols.
I would prefer to see the transcription of chant done as fastidiously as that of the polyphony, including indication of the various note shapes and ligatures without interrupting the flow and sense of the text with incessant hyphenation.
As each file contains a header to tell WordPerfect which thesaurus, speller, and hyphenation dictionaries to use, using the incorrect version can cause major confusion.