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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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Experience with these more stringent F/A-18 safety emphases on boldface and administrative operations changed my perception regarding the assumed informality of naval aviation.
that owns Kroma Makeup, will be given about 5 million dollars in royalties by Boldface.
Products will include Au Naturel Nude Lip sets, Intimate Spotlight Highlighter and Honey Sticks Lip Gloss, each designed with Kourtney's, Kim's and Khloe's input and guidance, Boldface said.
The boldface procedures are the easy part because we study them and know them cold.
Introducing Geology does not talk down to its readers in the slightest, yet most scientific terms are typed in boldface and listed in the glossary to aid comprehension.
To help readers follow the instructions in this article, we use two different typefaces: Boldface type is used to identify the names of icons, agendas and URLs.
For example, Wired often sets off a new section by adding a line space and putting the first four words of the subsequent paragraph in boldface capital letters.
Companies advertising in the Handbook appear in boldface type; refer to the Advertisers' Index on p.
The heavy use of big, boldface headers, symbols and the occasional cartoon set this book apart from most business volumes; indeed, the blaring presentation wears out its welcome quickly.
With the American Civil Liberties Union, Helen Green filed suit on March 2 in federal court against Bowman and the town Bowman has since called the allegation against him "a boldface face lie.
It's genuinely tough to attract bona fide boldface names to events like these in D.