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Things italic often describes (“italic ________”)
type, numbers, letters, capitals, font, text, peoples, figures, hand, characters, languages, letter, words, script, style, types, print, tribes, dialects, typeface, form, lettering, fonts, numerals, face, school, version, forms, formatting, handwriting, character, caps, brackets, versions, language, stock, writing, mine, races, peninsula, styles, alphabets, faces, references, alphabet, word, emphasis, dialect, typefaces, capital, symbols, headings, passages, cities, attribute, soil, tradition, names, entries, communities, hands, temples, race, scripts, printing, tags, god, towns, religion, philosophers, tribe, button, original, tag, deity, populations, cut, symbol, heads, format

How italic often is described (“________ italic”)
bold, point, old, constant, true, small, greco, early, graeco, primitive, normal, regular, beautiful, lowercase, ancient, cursive, black, style, non, case, light, double, fine, original, formal, clear, face, condensed, heavy, lively, font, pre, brilliant, decorative, calligraphic, courier, select, width, static, delicate, usual, hispano, etrusco, supreme, famous, irregular, coarse, handsome, inevitable, tiny, imperial, corresponding, commonplace, minute, delightful, plain, lightfaced, elegant, false, proto, musical, related, cheltonian, charming, unattractive, robust, prae, latin, faced, 1st, neat, ideal


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