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- adv. In a typographical manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- By means of types; after the manner of type-printers, as opposed to lithographic or copperplate methods.
- Emblematically; figuratively.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a typographic way
This is not grammatical, but it is typographically justifiable.
Both Double or Nothing and Take It or Leave It, which is also typographically adventurous, can be read as prose narratives of a sort -- albeit narratives preoccupied with their own narration -- but they at a minimum require the reader to consider his/herexpectations of readingand to forsake dependence on the usual and the ordinary.
The problem with this I see is that typographically you can't read any of the copy!
And the sign is often used to mean a "sharp" in musical notation, though typographically that should look different.
Folks at FT, let's be more consistent about typographically setting off the questions from the answers!
But while the swine-flu story dominates the page typographically, the Yankees get the top of the page.
But at its worst moments, you hold up a copy of the Post with a story like this dominating the front page (typographically, at any rate) next to the "supermarket" tabloids that are still talking about Liz Taylor, and you have a hard time telling the difference.
A number of his poems feature a typographically exuberant style, with words, parts of words, or punctuation symbols scattered across the page, often making little sense until read aloud, at which point the meaning and emotion become clear.
And you know what that means – lots of typographically amazing photos!
U+201C and U+2018 that are typographically inharmonic and orthographically incorrect if translating into german in certain scripts!