indent

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1. Order for goods (placed often through a local or foreign agent of a foreign supplier) under specified conditions of sale, the acceptance of which by the supplier (or the agent) constitutes a contract of sale.
2. Additional space by which the first line is shorter or longer than the rest of a paragraph.

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You should always read through all the rules of an indent before you sign on the bottom line so there are no surprises.
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The indent indicated and reflected our intentions of continuing and expanding our investment in to the project that was discussed in the meeting.
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Someone in the typing pool failed to indent the paragraphs, and instead used blank lines as separators, requiring a reformatting of the entire document.
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