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boldface

[′bȯld‚fās]
(graphic arts)
A type that has thick heavy lines so that it has a conspicuous black appearance.
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Look for the Bold Band to launch models S400 and S5 in the coming four months.
The BlackBerry has long been regarded as the must-have smartphone for businessmen and women and, while enterprise users will get more than ever from the Bold 9900, RIM have created an exciting phone that everyone will enjoy.
Kate Cowie, of Utility and the Bold Street Traders Association, said: "It is reassuring to see Bold Street still thriving today.
With so many shoppers set to head for another part of town altogether, traders in Bold Street have been left fearing what the future holds - but are confident that, if they work together to promote the street, then it can retain its position as one of the city's premier shopping streets.
com web site was linked to the new Baskin-Robbins website to support the launch of Baskin-Robbins Bold Breezes.
This is a good moment for Jim in Bold because our society is ready to receive and discuss these issues," says Malcolm Lazin, executive director of the Philadelphia-based gay group Equality Forum, which produced the film.
In Bold Relief: Institutional Politics and the Origins of Modem American Social Policy, sociologist Edwin Amenta incorporates theories from sociology and political science to put into historical context the origins and immediate consequences of key features of New Deal social legislation.
Bold decided to travel north and request wisdom from the White-Black Shaman to help him overcome his poverty.
My family's home altar in Cuba did not contain a saint's relic, but it was no less a sign of bold faith.
Together Customers and Baristas Explore Starbucks Bold Coffee Portfolio; Spring Promotion Includes:
Cummings will be the keynote speaker at the BOLD Conference at Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory In Columbia, Maryland.