Definitions for "Postscript"
Keywords:  adobe, pdl, imagesetter, rip, inc
PostScript is a page description language allowing for the identical output of data on different systems (e.g. printers). PostScript files have the suffix .ps. To display them on a computer, you need a PostScript viewer such as GhostView.
A page description language developed and marketed by Adobe Systems. Used on high-end laser printers and other image setters to produce high quality text and image output.
A device-independent, page-description language developed by Adobe Systems, Inc. Page layout programs like Macromedia FreeHand use PostScript to create complex pages, text, and graphics on screen. This language is then sent to the printer to produce high-quality printed text and graphics.
A paragraph added to a letter after it is concluded and signed by the writer; an addition made to a book or composition after the main body of the work has been finished, containing something omitted, or something new occurring to the writer.
A postscript (from post scriptum, a Latin expression meaning "after writing" and abbreviated P.S.) is a sentence, paragraph, or occasionally many paragraphs added, often hastily and incidentally, after the signature of a letter or (sometimes) the main body of an essay or book. In a book or essay, a more carefully-composed addition (e.g., for a second edition) is called an afterword. An afterword, not usually called a postscript, is written in response to critical remarks on the first edition.
Keywords:  grafitti, pole
grafitti on a pole
an opportunity to restate the offer, to create a sense of urgency with a deadline, to offer a special premium or to remind the reader of an important detail
Keywords:  typesetting
Keywords:  textual, matter, onto, added, end
textual matter that is added onto a publication; usually at the end
Keywords:  appended, signature, letter, note
a note appended to a letter after the signature