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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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If the readers look at the page and all they see is a mass of underlines, bold faces and italics, then their eye is directed nowhere.
FAW secretary David Collins tried to put a bold face on the disappointing ticket sales, saying: "Around 5,000 to date.
the former USC receiver described his rookie season in passages interspersed with capital letters and bold face and italic sentences, and he called Chrebet the team mascot and suggested he would have a hard time making other teams.
The new daytime flights are indicated in bold face type:
The trapezoidal twin shaped headlamps of the E-Class create a bold face while a modern, muscular stance is defined by several convex surfaces and taut lines including one that follows each rear wheelwell to shape the contours of the rear fenders that are reminiscent of the famous 1950s "Ponton" Mercedes.
Officially, however, the AIKS leadership maintained a bold face.
Avoid fancy formatting, such as italics, bold face and bullets.
AMEX:IDX), a worldwide leader in providing biometric authentication, security and identification solutions, Monday unveiled a bold face to match the fast and potentially explosive growth in commerce security, striking a distinguished profile with a new corporate identity.
FILEhand Search returns results with scrollable text extracts, with the search terms shown in bold face, so that users usually will not have to open the file to get the information they are looking for.
Featuring four detailed, machined aluminum high-intensity discharge projectors, these headlamps connote precision while illuminating the bold face of Dodge.
For representatives of the TWA Acquisitions Group to imply that the Machinists are involved in any way with their bid is a bold face lie.