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Material on Adam Again contained nineteen boldfaced references, including some of the "greats": Amy Grant, Crystal Lewis, Lost Dogs, The Swirling Eddies, Marvin Gaye, and Ladysmith Black Mambazo, all of whom have their own entries.
There is a timeline of Ali's life at the end, and a few selected words are boldfaced as a way of expanding reader's vocabularies.
Oversize first paragraphs lead the reader into generously leaded body text which, in turn, is broken up with frequent boldfaced subheads.
Well, that's a fine how-do-you-do," he grumbled as he showed me the boldfaced "Guidelines for Receiving Communion" that spelled out the letter of the (canon) law: "It is a consequence of the sad divisions in Christianity that we cannot extend to [non-Catholic Christians] a general invitation to receive Communion.
President Clinton got the most 1996 boldfaced mentions in the New York Post's gossips columns, according to the New York Observer's annual count.