font

A receptacle for water, used for baptism.
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Font

a container, genarally of stone, which contained holy water for baptism. Usually located near the west door, sometimes the fonts had elaborately carved wooden canopies.
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font

[Noun] A style of text used in printing or in a word processing program.
Example: Arial is a popular font for web pages, because it is easy to read on a screen.
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Font

A specific size and style of printer's type.
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Font

All size of one variant of a typeface produced by a particular manufacturer.
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font

[n] - a specific size and style of type within a type family
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Font

Character set from a font family.
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Font

The style of lettering.
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font

One of a range of styles/typefaces in which lettering can be produced during the type setting stage, e.g. Times New Roman, 10pt.
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font

A specific instance of a typeface. For example, 'Times 12pt Bold'.
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Font

A Character or symbol Typeface. Great care must be taken in using general purpose fonts in PCB designs because photoplotting machine may use 'similar' fonts that cause electrical shorts or printed text filling holes with ink. Vutrax avoids these problems by evaluating fonts in the design file, or using it's own strictly defined fonts
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Font

A set of characters having the same typeface and characteristics such as size, spacing and italic.
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FONT

Also known as a typeface. A particular design of text that vary in their size and legibility.
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font

Complete set of printed or display characters of the same typeface, size, and style (bold, italic, underlined, and so on). Fonts used in computer setting are of two main types: bit-mapped and...
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Font

A large trough used for baptism into a religious community. These are often highly elaborate and may have a carved cover for when not in use. They may be made out of Frosterley marble. These were buried in some rituals when they went out of use. One was found at West Chevington, (Northumberland), chapel excavations.
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Font

A complete assortment of a size and face of type, including letters, punctuation, numerals and ligatures.
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Font

A receptacle for water that is used for baptism. Inside late medieval Armenian churches it is normally located within a niche set into the north wall, close to its eastern end.
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Font

Container used for the consecrated water used in baptism
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Font

The place in the church where babies and others are baptised.
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font

A set of characters (letters, numbers, punctuation marks, and symbols) which follow a particular style, i.e. they have a specific typeface and weight, e.g. Times New Roman Bold. Now used interchangeably with the term typeface in desktop publishing. Derived from the word 'found,' as in 'type foundry'.
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Font

Font noun [ French fonte , from fondre to melt or cast. See Found to cast, and confer Fount a font.] (Print.) A complete assortment of printing type of one size, including a due proportion of all the letters in the alphabet, large and small, points, accents, and whate
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Font

Font noun [ Anglo-Saxon font , fant , from Latin fons , fontis , spring, fountain; confer Old French font , funt , French fonts , fonts baptismaux , plural See Fount .] 1. A fountain; a spring; a source. « Bathing foreve
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font

fount noun a specific size and style of type within a type family
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Font

• (n.) A fountain; a spring; a source. • (n.) A basin or stone vessel in which water is contained for baptizing. • (n.) A complete assortment of printing type of one size, including a due proportion of all the letters in the alphabet, large and small, points, accents, and whatever else is necessary for printing with that variety of t
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font

(from the article `computerized typesetting`) The computer must be programmed carefully for optimal word spacing and correct hyphenation. Older typesetters have a photounit with an optical type ... Italian printer who designed several modern typefaces, one of which bears his name and is in common use today.The font, which constitutes a ...
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