typeface

A set of glyph which share a similar appearance. Several typefaces may together make up a font family.
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typeface

The name of the design for a set of fonts. For example, 'Times New Roman'. The terms font and typeface are often used incorrectly used as synonyms.
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typeface

Style of printed lettering. Books, newspapers, and other printed matter display different styles of lettering; each style is named, common examples being Times and Baskerville. These different...
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Typeface

A complete set of characters forming a family in a particular design or style.
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Typeface

A designed alphabet with consistent characteristics and attributes.
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typeface

See: font.
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Typeface

All printing type of a specific design.
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Typeface

In printing, a typeface is a design of the characters. Popular typefaces are 'Times', 'Arial' and 'Verdana'. The term 'font' is often erroneously used in computing circles to describe a typeface.
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typeface

Style of printed lettering. Books, newspapers, and other printed matter display different styles of lettering; each style is named, common examples being Times and Baskerville. These different `families` of alphabets have been designed over the centuries since printing was first introdu...
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Typeface

An artistic interpretation, or design, of a collection of alphanumeric symbols. A typeface may include letters, numerals, punctuation, various symbols, and more — often for multiple languages. A typeface is usually grouped together in a family containing individual fonts for italic, bold, and other variations of the primary design. See Font ...
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Typeface

In typography, a typeface (also known as font family) is a set of one or more fonts each composed of glyphs that share common design features. Each font of a typeface has a specific weight, style, condensation, width, slant, italicization, ornamentation, and designer or foundry (and formerly size, in metal fonts). For example, `ITC Garamond Bold ....
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typeface

In printing, a set of letters, numbers and punctuation marks designed in one particular style. The typeface of this glossary is Ariel. The typeface of this sentence is Courier New.
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