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.
The program depends quite heavily on Alt key combinations for inserting special characters such as underlining, hard page break, and italics.
If the hard pages of board books are generally meant to preserve such objects from the multi-sensory investments of its little readers, from drool and tearing, pulling hands, in this case it feels like the only appropriate material for a narrative about the sturdy, enduring nature of this love.