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hello there! text can mean different things, but here we consider "justification on both sides", or "double justification", where text lines are justified both on the left and on the right. That is, all lines except (usually) the last one have equal width; the method used to achieve that is typically to leave extra space between words as needed. Such justification is very common in books and other printed matter and often regardedtext can mean different things, but here we consider "justification on both sides", or "double justification", where text lines are justified both on the left and on the right. That is, all lines except (usually) the last one have equal width; the method used to achieve that is typically to leave extra space between words as needed. Such justification is very common in books and other printed matter and often regardedtext can mean different things, but here we consider "justification on both sides", or "double justification", where text lines are justified both on the left and on the right. That is, all lines except (usually) the last one have equal width; the method used to achieve that is typically to leave extra space between words as needed. Such justification is very common in books and other printed matter and often regarded
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