Bookman was designed as an alternative to Caslon, with straighter serifs, making it more suitable for book and display applications. It maintains its legibility at small sizes, and can be used successfully for headlines and in advertising. In 1936, Chauncey H. Griffith of the American Linotype foundry developed a revival. ==ITC B
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; plural Bookmen
A studious man; a scholar. Shak.
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• (n.) A studious man; a scholar.
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(from the article `best-seller`) book that, for a time, leads all others of its kind in sales, a designation that serves as an index of popular literary taste and judgment. Bookman, ...
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Found at the station`s website (technically, a cropped screenshot of the portion of the site with these two images), this is the current logo for KCYU-LP. This image is copyright KCYU and Stainless Broadcasting Company, and hence is not free. However, it is used under fair use as described below: ...
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Sacha Guitry and Yvonne Printemps - image scanned from The Illustrated London News, 10 June 1922, p. 860. ...
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The Bookman is one of several types of Devil represented in Trinidad Carnival. He typically carries a large book and a pen, with which he mimes writing the names of passersby into the book of damned souls. ==Sources== ...
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