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Page Description Language

Page Description Language - (PDL) A language such as Adobe Systems, Inc.'s PostScript or Xerox's Interpress which allows the appearance of a printed page to be described in a high-level, device-independent way. Printing then becomes a two-stage process: an application program produces a description in the language, which is then interpreted by a specific output device. Such a language can therefore serve as an interchange standard for transmission and storage of printable documents.
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paeonine
paeony
PAGAD
Pagan
pagan religion
Pagandom
Paganic
Paganini
paganise
Paganish
Paganism
Paganity
Paganize
Paganly
Page
page boy
-- Page Description Language --
page fault
page in
page mode
Page Mode DRAM
Page Mode Dynamic Random Access Memory
page number
page out
page printer
page-at-a-time printer
Pageant
Pageantry
pageboy
paged
Paged Memory Management Unit
Pagehood
Pagellus
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