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Words related to italic

a style of handwriting with the letters slanting to the right

a branch of the Indo-European languages of which Latin is the chief representative

a typeface with letters slanting upward to the right

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Curiously the first italic discussed--LeRouge's Great Primer cursive of 1512--is more of a Fere-humanistica and even has gothic capitals.
Although not an Aldine counterfeit, it would have been illegal to sell this edition within the jurisdiction of Venice since it was printed in an italic font, for which Aldus had obtained a ten-year privilege in March 1501.
Faunus Ancient Italic rural deity whose attributes in classical Roman times were identified with those of the Greek god Pan.
Most reconstructed Iranian forms are set in roman, but most other Iranian proper nouns and most Iranian common nouns are set in italic, whether transliterated or normalized.
But if the italic font is not installed, Panorama enables the regular font to be made to italic algorithmically.
The Annals of Quintus Ennius and the Italic Tradition
Heirloom Artcraft (Thin, Thin Italic, Book, Book Italic, Demi Bold, Demi Bold Italic, Black, Black Italic) - perhaps the perfect book font, with elegant serifs that add readability and a slight swagger.
Since then I have seen other statements where these italic revisions have taken place and the parents have now lost vital legal rights because they failed to make the necessary appeal.
For example, when using a Roman font, switching to an italic type for emphasis has roughly the same readability as the base font.
Nonindependent areas, such as colonies and trust territories (areas administered by another country under the supervision of the United Nations), are shown in italic, small-capital letters.
Venice's northeastern frontier, it was a cultural borderland of alpine and peninsular, of Germanic, Italic and even Slav.
Run that sentence--beginning with "But--" and containing three bulleted items and our own inhouse style of italic boldface for publications, plus the idiosyncratic paragraphing--by any stylebook and see what you come up with.
The Times New Roman Italic design, for example, increased to 2499 glyphs from 640 available previously in Windows([R]) XP," said Greve.
type styles:normal, bold, outline,vertical, italic, italic bold, italic outline.