Types of complex situations (1) Apparent complexity, (2) Detail complexity, (3) Dynamic complexity, (4) Inherent complexity.
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Composing of a text or display of reading matter into a computer or a physical type for the intended audience, reproduction method and use.
Height of a type character in points. A point is 1/12 inch.
Thickness and stroke variations like bold, italics lending flexibility to appearance of type face.
Representative of the group.
Apparent blackness of text that results from effects of stroke thickness, width, point size and line space used.
Special purpose and punctuation characters that comprise a complete type font.
Relative darkness of font characters from thickness of strokes, light, bold, extrabold, etc.
Study of design of typefaces and how a page can best be laid out.
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.
A despot; a sovereign or ruler, legitimate or otherwise, who uses his power unjustly and arbitrarily, to tlie oppression of liis subjects.
In medical jurisprudence. A poisonous ptomaine produced in milk, cheese, cream, or ice-cream by decomposition of albuminous constituents.
A mount or hill. Cowell.