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TYPES OF COMPLEXITY

Types of complex situations (1) Apparent complexity, (2) Detail complexity, (3) Dynamic complexity, (4) Inherent complexity.

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TYPESETTING

Composing of a text or display of reading matter into a computer or a physical type for the intended audience, reproduction method and use.

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TYPESIZE

Height of a type character in points. A point is 1/12 inch.

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TYPESTYLE

Thickness and stroke variations like bold, italics lending flexibility to appearance of type face.

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TYPICAL

Representative of the group.

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TYPOGRAPHIC COLOR

Apparent blackness of text that results from effects of stroke thickness, width, point size and line space used.

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TYPOGRAPHIC SYMBOLS

Special purpose and punctuation characters that comprise a complete type font.

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TYPOGRAPHIC WEIGHT

Relative darkness of font characters from thickness of strokes, light, bold, extrabold, etc.

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TYPOGRAPHY

Study of design of typefaces and how a page can best be laid out.

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TYRANNY

Arbitrary or despotic government; the severe and autocratic exercise of sovereign power, either vested constitutionally in one ruler, or usurped by him by breaking down the division and distribution of governmental powers.

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TYRANT

A despot; a sovereign or ruler, legitimate or otherwise, who uses his power unjustly and arbitrarily, to tlie oppression of liis subjects.

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TYROTOXICON

In medical jurisprudence. A poisonous ptomaine produced in milk, cheese, cream, or ice-cream by decomposition of albuminous constituents.

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TYRRA, or TOIRA

A mount or hill. Cowell.

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