It's a whole lot easier to omit it or stuff it in the "fine print
" of the customer-agent interaction.
By employing the PIXMA technology triangle of FINE print
heads, Canon high-quality print media and genuine Canon Single Inks, the PIXMA MX850 consistently produces exceptional quality, long-lasting prints.
At the bottom, the fine print
starts by saying, "If" you're reading this, you're probably thinking there's some kind of catch....
In this case, you can't ignore reading the fine print
Having trouble reading your phone's fine print
? The Phone Monocle (www.thephonemonode.com) slips over the face of the phone and enlarges the image.
On every page of the book, the American need for a timelier version of justice, often wrong, cries out in the fine print
, along with the theories of revenge and retribution.
A similar anthology was published in 1989 by Fine Print
, but the Matrix collection is deeper and broader (thirty-six articles, approximately two hundred illustrations), and the attractive writing throughout reflects the humane quality that has come to be one of the chief characteristics of the Randles' excellent journal.
I have good vision but I don't like that fine print
. My vision is 20/20 with glasses, and I turned 90 in March.
Stone made a good deal of his reputation from dogged research and his relentless reading and pursuit of nuggets he found buried in the fine print
of Federal Register notices and obscure Congressional committee reports.
Unless they spend a lot of time reading the fine print
in corporate sustainability reports, it's hard for green investors to know which companies truly stand out.
The Fine Print
Of Self-Publishing analyses and ranks the contracts and services of 48 different POD companies and identifies the strengths and weaknesses of taking a POD approach to self-publishing.
My advice is: Do not hold your breath for quarter from the airlines and check the fine print
in your travel insurance.