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a typeface with thick heavy lines

clear and distinct

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At a separate inquiry, trainer Eric Wheeler was fined pounds 1,000 after Even Bolder failed a dope test following his unplaced finish in a Brighton handicap on October 15.
According to company officials, the redesign features bolder on-pack graphics, an easier-to-read ingredients list and expanded lettuce-viewing windows created by 26% less on-pack ink.
They were motivated to create the Bolder Giving initiative in 2007 because, after years of work with other donors, they were struck by how rarely even the very wealthy reached their full potential for charitable gifts.
The BOLDER II researchers randomized 509 outpatients with bipolar disorder and moderate to severe depression to either quetiapine at 300 mg or 600 mg doses or to placebo, taken once daily in the evening.
Bolder pounced with his first goal in six months after just 98 seconds and secured a vital win for the Rams against a Plymouth side who had Paul Connolly dismissed.
Additionally, SEROQUEL was shown to have similar safety profiles in both BOLDER I and II.
On the contrary, there is enough evidence to strongly suggest that a bolder and more consistent leadership grounded in real faith will only mean an increase in Church attendance along with increasing revenues, not to mention more vocations.
Alan Kennedy was the oldest player in the tournament at 51 and captained a team featuring goalkeeper Bob Bolder, John Wark, Mike Marsh, Nigel Spackman, Michael Thomas, Paul Walsh, John Aldridge, Ian Rush and John Durnin.
Shane is the new Samantha from Sex and the City, only gayer, bolder, and more complex.
Warnock called for Foy to be reprimanded and for Adam Bolder to be banned after the official did not punish a challenge - described by Warnock as a "career-threatening, broken-leg tackle" - by the Rams midfielder on Blades skipper Chris Morgan.
For 2005, the trend in home decor will shift from neutral and muted colors towards bolder and brighter colors, according to architectural paint company PARA Paints.
Smoother navigation, a more consistent style and design, and a bolder color scheme would make the site even more efficient and user-friendly.
The new canisters now hold 65 wipes and have bolder colored canister lids for quicker identification.
The exhibition will show how, when in Florence from 1504 to 1508, Raphael borrowed from local painters, fashioning compositions with bolder, psychologically engaged figures; gone are the floaty, distracted waifs, displaced by vigorous (but still dulcified) protagonists.
If anything, I feel a bit bolder because I know my voice counts.