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Page down
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Page down: Move the cursor down a set number of lines by pressing the Page Down key or by using the scroll bar
Page Down key
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Page Down key: Key on a computer keyboard which moves the cursor down a set number of lines
Page scanner
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Page scanner: Scanner which receives pages from a feeder similar to the page feeder on a fax machine
Page Three girl
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Page Three girl: Woman who models topless and whose picture is published on the third page of "The Sun" (tabloid newspaper which is published daily in the United Kingdom
Page up
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Page up: Move the cursor up a set number of lines by pressing the Page Up key or by using the scroll bar
Page Up key
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Page Up key: Key on a computer keyboard which moves the cursor up a set number of lines
Pageant
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Pageant: To exhibit in show to represent to mimic. [R.] "He pageants us." Shak.
Pageantry
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Pageantry: Scenic shows or spectacles, taken collectivelly spectacular guality splendor. Such pageantry be to the people shown. Dryden. The pageantry of festival. J. A. S
Pageboy
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Pageboy: Errand boy, one who is employed to run errands smooth hair style with the ends of the hair curled under at shoulder length
Paged
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Paged: Numbered, having pages called (to the telephone) beeped (on a beeper or a pager)
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