paper throw

paper throw

[′pā·pər ‚thrō]
(computer science)
The movement of paper through a computer printer for a purpose other than printing, in which the distance traveled, and usually the speed, is greater than that of a single line spacing.
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Neither, though, did the paper throw in with the "resistance" against the decision of the voters.
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Donn Friedman, assistant managing editor for technology at the Albuquerque Journal, said the paper throws in the online ad for free to protect its print revenue.