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Boldface

In printing, a typeface that is thicker than other typefaces of the same font. It is often used for emphasis.
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The Swans owner was trying to put a bold face on things.
The bride may want a fresh, natural look for a morning wedding, or a dramatic, bold face for an evening ceremony.
From the makers of the famous Swiss Army knife, the watch has a stainless steel case and back, nylon mesh strap and bold face, priced from pounds 100.
Harris's character/speaker/poet Junior Baby insists, through the ten poem-chapters of his autobiography, that his life and art must be "full of general style humane wit occasional blues / & insistent toleration for most other folks / not to mention bold face memories / worth retelling.
Lindsay was putting on a bold face at the pounds 50,000 launch in London of the European Super League, which kicks off on March 29.
In BW5507 issued March 9, 2004: In the first graph, last line, please delete xxx "Restated amounts are presented in bold face type".
So while the officials project a bold face, the roads would be the sole link.
After the lost-brakes call, I had the pilot execute the bold face and get the lights on.
As a Gold Sponsor for Ad:Tech, the HasOffers logo will greet every attendee in bold face, setting the tone for the entire conference.
Regular advertisers in NUTRACEUTICALS WORLD appear in BOLD FACE type.
League secretary John Deakin was putting a bold face on the issue last night, insisting Oswestry could easily be slotted into the fixture list if their merger with TNS did not go through.