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a typeface with thick heavy lines

clear and distinct

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Aboah, Hammam and Zimmermann are each inspirations in their own right and exemplify many key characteristics of what it means to "Live Boldly.
Our work with Philips, the COPD Foundation and the Breathe Boldly movement is further continuing dads last mission, which was to raise awareness for this incurable disease.
323), one could deduce that being filled with the Holy Spirit means especially having the power to speak the Word of God boldly in the face of opposition (see Acts 4:8, 31; 9:17; 13:9, 52; 19:6).
boldly purchased the interconnected and soon-to-be largely vacant Grand Central office buildings at 485 Lexington Avenue and 750 Third Avenue for $480 million from TIAA-CREF, the national financial services company.
A founding member of the Congressional Black Caucus, Chisholm boldly ran for the Democratic presidential nomination in 1972 under the slogan "Unbought and Unbossed.
In a New Year's Day tradition for the primate to preach "just a short distance from the seat of our national government," Archbishop Hutchison urged political leaders to act boldly and compassionately on Canadians' behalf in the face of the devastating effects of the tsunami.
the time to speak the truth, the whole truth, frankly and boldly.
Against the Jewish establishment in Israel and America, Jews of conscience speak boldly this truth: the dislocation, denigration and destruction of Palestinians and Palestine bears the same consequences for Jewish life.
Abandoning his own nation's Declaration of Independence and its unambiguous assertion that men's "unalienable rights" are given by "their Creator," he saluted the UN Declaration, which does not acknowledge God and boldly asserts that men's "rights and freedoms may in no case be exercised contrary to the purposes and principles of the United Nations.
The dictionary says: "assertive means to put one's self forward boldly and insistently.
However, it's time for us to boldly go where every other 21st century association and business has already gone--onto the web with our very own AMAA site.
Newspaper headlines around the world boldly declaring the latest IMF or OECD macroeconomic forecast.
RACEGOERS were treated to a thrilling finale to the opening event on Timeform Charity Day at York yesterday with Boldly Goes and Friar Tuck locked together at the post.
Postal Service if it simply delivered "snail mail" reliably, the agency has boldly set its sights on cyberspace.