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  1. Odd.

    Impar.

    Page normally on the right hand side of a publication, numbered with an odd number.

  2. Offprint / Handout / Insert.

    Separata.

    Separate print from an article or chapter published in a magazine or book. When it goes inserted inside the magazine or book is also called "insert".

  3. Opener / Opening page / Cover page.

    Apertura.

    First page or first spread page of a feature or report in a publication.

  4. Opening page / Cover page / Opener.

    Apertura.

    First page or first spread page of a feature or report in a publication.

  5. Orphan.

    Huérfana / Línea huérfana.

    A short word or phrase carried from the former column to the first line of the next column.

  6. Orthotypography / Typographical syntax.

    Ortotipografía.

    Aspect of typography that defines the meaning and rightful usage of typographic signs, notably punctuation marks, and elements of layout such as flush margins and indentation. Orthotypographic rules vary broadly from language to language, from country to country, and even from publisher to publisher[citation needed]. As such, they are more often described as "conventions". Each major publisher maintains a list of orthotypographic rules that they apply as part of their house style. (Source: Wikipedia)

  7. Outline.

    Contornear.

  8. Overline.

    Titular de fotonotícia.

    Short headline usually used with a stand-alone photo.

  9. Overprinting / Double burn.

    Sobreimprimir.

    Is the process used to overlap two different elements for printing (for intances, type on top of an image).