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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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PUPPY-PEEPING (5) This boldface word is given as an adjective at the main entry puppy.
It is conceivable that, in certain circumstances, the rote memory approach to Boldface procedures training might actually preclude all three steps listed in the introduction to Section III of the Flight Manual:
Boldface, founded by industry veterans Nicole Ostoya and Robin Coe-Hutshing, says retailer commitments have been quite robust for the brand, which offers the unique opportunity for the iconic beauties to connect with their enormous audience of followers.
Rather than ask the audience what's the boldface for an in-flight fire, he would ask how they would respond if they saw high fuel flow, EGT out of limits, or smoke in the cockpit.
At 6,000 feet, the pilot tried to execute a second set of boldface procedures, loss of thrust/flameout, but had difficulty remembering the procedures verbatim.
Read the story below, paying careful attention to the words and phrases that appear in boldface.
After four more paragraphs, one of them in boldface, a gold-colored subhead appears:
All right, I prefer avoiding a lot of useless `comm-jamming' on the ICS so: One click means I'm clear of the canopy and you can open or close it, two means I'm arming my seat, three mean emergency boldface are complete, four means .
When examining the data contained in this report, it is helpful to note that the first line of the title of each table presents in boldface type that table's unit of count, i.
On three screens (in English, German, and French), the complex story of Abraham, Sarah, and their Egyptian handmaid Hagar (from Genesis XVI: 1-12) is typed out in boldface, accompanied by the sound of its own making--the amplified tapping of fingers on a plastic computer keyboard.
and more than 200,000 boldface entry words and forms.