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a typeface with thick heavy lines

clear and distinct

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very steep

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The Bold Band engineers and partners have already developed a “Super Smart-watch,” which is still in its infancy.
KWG can acquire an 80% interest in chromite produced from the Koper Lake Project by funding 100% of the costs to a feasibility study leaving Bold and Bold s Co-Venturer with a 20% carried interest, pro rata.
Rob Williams, of leading mobile retailer Expansys, said: "The BlackBerry Bold 9900 is bold by name and bold by nature.
The FACT artist in residence, Nina Edge, painted her trademark floral murals in Bold Street shop windows.
And now producers at "The Bold and the Beautiful" are integrating Latino themes into a soap opera once reserved for the rich and mostly Anglo.
Baskin-Robbins continues the online campaign by engaging consumers in an online contest that offers consumers "a chance to make bold dreams a reality.
Since its May 2003 premiere, Jim in Bold has been shown at nearly two dozen film festivals in three countries and at 35 high schools and colleges.
Simply add a bold striped dress shirt and accent it with a bold patterned tie, a contrasting pocket square, and bold cufflinks.
s Bold Step is a colorful, durable solution for stair treads, stair nosings, and safety walkway treads.
Bold Relief: Institutional Politics and the Origins of Modem American Social Policy.
A poor boy named Bold lived alone in a small yurt south of the icy vastness of the Siberian forest.
Such home altars were more than places of worship; they signified bold faith in front of insuperable odds.