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a typeface with thick heavy lines

clear and distinct

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However, before stepping aside for the next student, the student can be heard in a video of the event boldly blurting out "The mayor running for president is something that is too ridiculous.
Today, he is calling upon the Church to speak out boldly, and here, we need to ask him to define that statement for us, because, considering what happened during the PNDC era, we are not too sure what he is talking about.
Ardern very boldly brushed aside suggestions of opposition to the ban.
Jerusalem [Israel], Jan 14 ( ANI ): Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday (local time) boldly admitted that the country's air force carried out an airstrike at the Damascus International Airport in war-ravaged Syria.
He said all issues related to regional and international including of Afghanistan conflict, Kashmir dispute, terrorism, blasphemous caricatures and Pakistan sacrifices in war against terrorism for global peace were boldly highlighted.
" The show launched in 1966 with a five-year mission to boldly go where no man has gone before," and became a multi-billion-dollar cultural phenomenon, adored by fans the world over.
Graham commented that when Revlon global brand president Anne Talley told her the campaign name, Live Boldly, she offered to sign right then.
Revlon's new Live Boldly campaign will include a series of cultural immersions designed to bring women together around conversations, shared experiences and a celebration of diverse beauty.
When Sana Krasikov started to write The Patriots, her big and boldly imagined new novel about Russia and America, she could hardly have predicted how timely it would be.
Boldly, Jeep claims that the new Compass will be the most capable compact SUV ever but British and European drivers will have to wait around a year to check that out - it's not due to go on sale here until the second half of 2017.
Often abstract in conception and boldly visual in execution, McMorris's poems sketch out idealized spaces where words reign over human frailties.
But on another level, this awareness of my human nature and its comingling of good and sin and failing gives me a queer kind of encouragement for venturing forth and living boldly. If this comingling is a fact of life that I will always have to deal with, and if Jesus Christ has dealt with the negative consequence of my sin and failure on the cross, then I am liberated to live this life boldly for him, to try my best for the good and for the kingdom.
NASA has announced its Voyager 1 satellite has boldly gone where nothing has gone before - deep space.
Summary: Carlo Ancelotti has boldly declared Fernando Torres will score for Chelsea before the end of the season.