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    Near-Letter Quality

    Descriptive of the print quality of some types of computer printer which, although do not generate letter quality output (since they are still dot-matrix printers, and don't produce images from relief typeforms), overtype the final characters in such a way as to produce elegant and moderately high-quality type.

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