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date: 03 August 2020

typeface 

Source:
A Dictionary of Media and Communication
Author(s):

Daniel Chandler,

Rod Munday

(*typography) An *alphabet of any size designed for reproduction, including different weights (e.g. bold), but excluding variations such as italic. Typefaces can be broadly classified by appearance into Roman, Blackletter (or Gothic), and Celtic types. Those most commonly used today are Roman types, which have four subcategories: ... ...

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