Don't just hand those boldface
and closed-book tests out every now and again.
they were going broke and he helped fix them), states in boldface
italic type (sort of like a belt and suspenders): "This book will help managers detect a serious business problem, either in your company or in a competitor's, within a year of reading.
All words that have an entry are in boldface
for easy cross-reference, and icons show the reader at a glance the general facet of life that each word refers to: food, geography, religion, etc.
Titles are now in boldface
, and keyword descriptors have been added.
Last week the Observer came out with a front-page piece on the New York Times' Boldface
Names scribe Joyce Wadler.
To the above boldface
categories and copy, we'd add these:
When examining the data contained in this report, data users should be aware that the first line following each table number presents in boldface
type that table's unit of count: incident, offense, victim, or known offender.
TARANTARRATARA (6) The OED has taratantara as a main entry but also shows tarantarratara in boldface
type as a 19th century variant spelling.
The editors usefully chose to indicate Manzoni's text by setting it in boldface
, but did not provide page references to it.
The county will start sending out notices of past-due property taxes each year and printing past-due amounts in boldface
on bills with a color background.
Companies listed in boldface
are advertisers in this issue of Solutions
Forgo the excessive use of special functions such as underline, boldface
, or color type.
One company that bought a special boldface
listing advertisement in our CIL Buyer's Guide (July/August 2001) has reported an error.
credentials appeared in a Vanity Fair profile five years before Ammann's premature death in 1993.
Our hero, Wallace Benton (played by Oliver Platt), is a columnist at the New York Ledger "who lives life in boldface
type and makes headlines of his own with his rabble-rousing 'Nothing but the Truth' byline," says the promo material.