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Things postscript often describes (“postscript ________”)
printers, files, printer, fonts, file, output, language, code, format, programs, commands, devices, printing, errors, driver, device, interpreters, drivers, typefaces, the, documents, processing, third, images, chapter, data, program, font, translator, preface, versions, interpreter, document, version, software, operators, page, capability, manual, adobe, fills, rips, description, programming, jobs, pdf, note, today, clones, province, back, imagesetters, instructions, dumps, viewer, emulation, outlines, mode, vnd

Descriptive words:
brief, short, interesting, second, long, little, final, handwritten, personal, curious, important, ironic, sad, significant, critical, unscientific, mere, hasty, lengthy, characteristic, fitting, strange, editorial, shandean, tragic, amusing, non, page, historical, additional, remarkable, above, odd, hurried, famous, inevitable, ominous, pathetic, poignant, melancholy, realistic, holograph, happy, bibliographical, later, casual, bizarre, proverbial, unexpected, bitter, unpublished, scrawled, appropriate, intriguing, charming, usual, revealing, cryptic, methodological, consolatory, dramatic, scribbled, extraordinary, pleasant, laconic, humorous, epistolary, fascinating, friendly, unfortunate, dry, explanatory, grim, apologetic, ironical, theoretical, cautionary, vide, useful, added, terse, valuable


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See postscript used in context: 2 Shakespeare works several books and articles.

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