Italian may be classified as a variety of antique. It is a fat-faced roman with transposed stem and hair-line. "To be hated, it needs but to be seen."
- Theodore Low De Vinne, The practice of typography: a treatise on the processes of type-making, the point system, the names, sizes, styles and prices of plain printing types. 1900
Proportional fonts all look alike to mey.
I'm not sure why we ever let you liberal arts
majors on our internet anyway.
it's called a chapeau. You can either love baldness or be a fan of headgearhaberdashery.
I'll have you know I am misusing the power of HTML semantic markup purely to escape this fonty childishness. Look on my works, ye mighty, and weep.
No. You can't make me.
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