format

[ fawr-mat ]SEE DEFINITION OF format

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The format is pleasant, the book-marker voluptuous, the binding Arty-and-Crafty.

The format of an invitation is not so important as its taste.

Some adaptations from the original text were made to format it into an e-text.

It was changed to plain text to match the format of the rest of the text.

Format technique is just a fraction of producing an appealing play.

A page reference was added to the moved footnote to match the format of other endnotes.

Change in format for Article headings beginning P. 629 retained as in the original.

The format, but not the content, of quoted letters has been slightly changed to accommodate the format of the etext.

He is marvellously and terribly particular and fussy about the format of the books issued by his firm.

The catalogues until 1910, when even Whistler's format was discarded, are the most interesting issued by any society.

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