- huge typeface with very wide counters and dense decorative serifs. Also known as gothic, Old English.
- A Northern European form of type, with contrasting thick-and-thin, angular shots creating upright letterforms, and often set with a dark typographic colour on web page.
- Text set in black-letter type.
- the essential standard elements for a certain field of legislation, which can be known and clear of question or dispute.
- a heavy typeface in use from fifteenth to 18th hundreds of years
- The old English or Gothic page, where the Early English manuscripts were written, and the first English books had been printed. It was conspicuous for the blackness. See kind.
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