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alignment
feature used to line up objects to the top right left or bottom of the page
bleed
An object that extends beyond the print area
byline
the persons name who wrote the article
crop
conceals part of an image
grouping
combines several objects into one object
guides
nonprinting lines used to position objects on the page
kerning
adjusting the space between pairs of letters
leading
the space between lines of type
point
a unit of measurement that is the standard for measuring type
pull quote
A small bit of text pulled from the original article and made bigger. Used to attract attention
reversed text
light text on dark background
serif
Fonts that have a little extra stroke at the top & bottom of each vertical stroke. Used for easier readability.
sans serif
fonts that do not have extra strokes
tracking
The adjustment of letter spacing for words and phrases. Also called character spacing
watermark
A lightly colored image placed in back of other text or images.
ascender
the upward vertical stem on some lowercase letters, such as h and b, that extends above the x-height is the ascender.
bullets
dots or other symbols used to list items
CMYK
the 4 ink colors used by the printing press
descender
The portion of some lowercase letters, such as g and y, that extends or descends below the baseline
DPI
the measure of the resolution of a printer
duplex
printing on both sides of a paper
flush
The alignment of text or graphics up against one side or another of the page
footer
text that repeats at the bottom of every page
greeking
used to check layout and overall appearance without the distraction of the actual text
gutter
The inside margins or blank space between two facing pages or between columns of text
JPEG
bitmap format developed specifically for photographic images by the Joint Photographic Experts Group - best for low-resolution
leaders
rows of dots that help lead the reader from one bit of information to another across a page
masthead
the banner at the top of a newsletter
PDF
Portable Document Format - makes files easy to share
PICA
a typesetting unit of measurement commonly used for measuring column heights & widths
RGB
3 colors which is the most common color mode used when creating graphics
rule
line used to separate, organize, emphasize, or otherwise decorate a page
TIFF
Tagged Image File Format is a bitmap graphics format that is ideal for high resolution printing
white space
the absence of text and graphics which provides visual breathing room for the eye
zoom
to make the page bigger or smaller
first ten amendments to the US constitution
bill of rights
primaril land aristocrats and traditionalists within the british government
tories
american colonists that sided with great britain
loyalists
lockes life liberty and the pursuit of happiness
natural laws
battle where great britain surrendered to end the american revolution
yorktown
natural laws
life liberty and teh persuit of happiness Locke
established in 1607, it was teh first american colony
james town
scientific method
hypothesis, observation, experimentation, conclusion
monarchy in which a royal power is established but their power is limited and defined by written law
constitutional
goeorge I, king of england in the early 1700's was from this country which may explain why a cabinet system was set up
germany
set up the cabinet system
george I
people are naturally cruel and need to be controlled by absolute monarcy
hobbes
western border of teh nited states after teh revolutionary war
mississippi river
southern border of teh Us after teh revolutionary war
georgia
florence is to the renaissance what is to the enlightenment
paris
21st century salon
chat room
sought educating women so that they could contribute to political and social issues
mary wollstonecraft
war that pitted the british and coonists against the french and native american
french and indian war
set up throughout europe to offer a form for enlihgtenment philosophers to discss thier ideas and thoughts on society
solons
the battle that started the revolutionary war
lexington and concord
amendment that prevents the ederal government from performing illegal searches and seizures
fourth
style of art that sought to express desired lifestyle or miserable conditions in europe
baroque
advocated for seperation of powers within an elected government
baron de montesqieu
government in which a few people rule the rest
oligarcy
numer of original colonies in america
thirteen
produced teh encyclopedia
denis diderot
acts imposed by great britain in the latter part of teh 17th centur to limit the freedoms of american colonists
navigation acts
elected branch of the us government
legilative and executive
amendment that allows US citizens the right to carry weapons
second
wrote common sense to offer a practical excuse from american independence
paine