A certificate which was given to the prosecutor of a felon to conviction.
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In Saxon law. An accusation, impeachment, or charge of any offense.
When an institution offers a client a loan at a low margin in exchange for better business opportunites in the future. This is sometimes illegal. Refer to reverse tying.
Purchase agreement where a customer is forced to buy an unknown or slow moving product along with a well known and fast moving product.
the name given to the practice of insisting you buy another product before you are able to buy the one you want.
Brit. A tribe or family branching or issuing out of another. Cowell.
In old English law, a tumbrel, castigatory, or ducking stool, anciently used as an instrument of punishment for common scolds.
Computer or physical characters making up text and displays of reading matter.
Error where it is believed that a difference is observed or exists when there is no difference.
Standard for saleable digital fonts for Postscript printers. Developed by Adobe. See true type font.
Probability in trusting hypothesis that a test sample supports a correctly stated value when nit is really misstated. Beta error or risk.
Person characterised by being overly ambitious, aggressive, competitive, impatient, driven, controlling with a sense of urgency. Quantity opt quality. See type B personality.
Person characterised as having moderate drive and ambitions, cooperative and accommodating and easy going. Quality over quality. See type A personality.
Set of type faces related by having the same design features.
Set of characters comprising a given typeface of a set point size; capitals, lower case, numbers, small caps and other symbols. See outline font, bitmap font, true type font.
Each different type size a type face comes in.
Instructions for typeface, type style size, etc. For a printing job.
Numbers, letters an symbols of same typestyle and type weight making up a distinctive printing type such as Helvetica etc.
Reading matter that is typeset.
Types of complex situations (1) Apparent complexity, (2) Detail complexity, (3) Dynamic complexity, (4) Inherent complexity.
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