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" The first roads covered such short distances that numerous bothersome transfers of passengers, freight and baggage from the end of one line to the beginning of the next were necessary on every considerable journey. "
Since the Civil War - 第 196 頁
Charles Ramsdell Lingley 著 - 1920 - 633 頁
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The Moving Tablet of the Eye: The Origins of Modern Eye Movement Research

Nicholas Wade, Benjamin Tatler - 2005 - 312 頁
...at rest, suffering only the fine constant fixation tremor; and only the backward sweep of the eyes from the end of one line to the beginning of the next is regular and uninterrupted. (Duke-Elder, 1932, p. 610, original italics) 4.4. 1 The discoverers of...
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Step Up to Critical Thinking

Joe Carnes Guinn - 2005 - 84 頁
...as we read. Do you tend to lose your place along the line as you are reading? Do you sometimes jump from the end of one line to the beginning of the next and land on the wrong line? These are good indications that you are moving your head as you read. Prop...
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Cognitive Processes in Eye Guidance

Geoffrey Underwood - 2005 - 386 頁
...earlier parts of a page (which do not occur very often) or when they program a return sweep of the eyes from the end of one line to the beginning of the next. Where to fixate next There is relatively widespread agreement among researchers from different theoretical...
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Designing Interfaces: Patterns for Effective Interaction Design

Jenifer Tidwell - 2005 - 352 頁
...font's lowercase "m". When your text gets much wider than that, users' eyes have to travel too far from the end of one line to the beginning of the next one; if it gets much narrower, it's too choppy to read easily. (That said, there is evidence that text...
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Handbook of Cognition

Koen Lamberts, Robert L. Goldstone - 2005 - 455 頁
...move backward through the text). This does not include return sweeps (large saccades taking the reader from the end of one line to the beginning of the next line).5 There are two types of experiments that use eye movements to study reading. In the first, text...
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Speech Acoustics and Phonetics

Gunnar Fant - 2007 - 320 頁
...duration within successive feet. Rhythmical Continuity Across Lines How, then, is the transition performed from the end of one line to the beginning of the next one? Can we find a rhythmical continuity, and if so, how should it be described and explained? This...
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Planning, Proposing, and Presenting Science Effectively: A Guide for ...

Jack P. Hailman, Karen B. Strier - 2006 - 237 頁
...the next line. The ragged right edge of left-aligned print apparently helps the reader's eyes move from the end of one line to the beginning of the next without error. Font sizes and types The bewildering array of fonts available for use in word processors...
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Dreamweaver 8 Design and Construction

Marc Campbell - 2006 - 295 頁
...TECHTALK A text area is a multiline text field. • TECHTALK Word wrapping is moving incomplete words from the end of one line to the beginning of the next. In the Num Lines field, type the number of lines visible at once in the text area. In the Max Chars...
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Immersed in Verse: An Informative, Slightly Irreverent & Totally Tremendous ...

Allan Wolf - 2006 - 112 頁
...you're practicing the transition from one line to the next. This will give you experience moving easily from the end of one line to the beginning of the next line. 94 6. Your final recitation will be more fluid, without those long pauses between lines. Notice...
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Novels of the Contemporary Extreme

Alain-Philippe Durand, Naomi Mandel - 2006 - 178 頁
...we read, "red letters on the side of the Chemical Bank near the corner," we realize (our eyes moving from the end of one line to the beginning of the next). As the text continues, it becomes clear that our own eyes are the eyes of a character in the novel,...
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