justifying typewriter

justifying typewriter

[′jəs·tə‚fī·iŋ ′tīp‚wrīd·ər]
(graphic arts)
A typewriter that is designed to type test material with regular right-hand margins or left-hand margins or both, especially for reproduction by offset lithography; the process usually requires two typings of the text because correct word spacing cannot be determined until the first typing is done; some typewriters in combination with a computer properly programmed can justify in one typing.