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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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Well, that's a fine how-do-you-do," he grumbled as he showed me the boldfaced "Guidelines for Receiving Communion" that spelled out the letter of the (canon) law: "It is a consequence of the sad divisions in Christianity that we cannot extend to [non-Catholic Christians] a general invitation to receive Communion.
President Clinton got the most 1996 boldfaced mentions in the New York Post's gossips columns, according to the New York Observer's annual count.
An unpaginated letter to shareholders is hard to follow, because each of its four columns is on a different page, interspersed with pictures of company products on half-sheet pages; concurrent text in boldfaced type that barely qualifies as an operations review; and somewhat-stiff photographs of the executive staff - nine VPs and senior VPs, along with the CFO, CEO, and president.