Printing The width of a square or nearly square piece of type, used as a unit of measure for matter set in that size of type.(noun)
Printing Such a measure for 12-point type; a pica.(noun)
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Use "em" in a sentence
"Did you ever hear Reagan say, "We got social conservatives here, we got to make sure, yeah, we'll listen to 'em but then we're not gonna pay much attention to 'em.""
"Now the Internet pioneer is following an old mantra: If you can't beat 'em, join 'em."
"Creed was a gumsucker of about sixty made famous during the war for ripping out Yankees' intestines and force-feeding 'em back to 'em."