Date: Wed, 26 Nov 1997 12:33:02 -0500
From: Grant Barrett gbarrett[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]JERRYNET.COM
Subject: RE run-arounds
"Run-arounds" in page layout and newspaper production refer to the space that separates an item
(such as a picture or pull-quote) and the surrounding text. I never heard "run-arounds" to refer to
a cuticle infection.
Which reminds me: didn't someone put together a list of newspaper words that are dead or dying
because of computers have been brought into production and newsrooms?
gbarrett[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]dfjp.com