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block capital

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(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) another term for block letter
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Noun1.block capital - a plain hand-drawn letterblock capital - a plain hand-drawn letter    
alphabetic character, letter of the alphabet, letter - the conventional characters of the alphabet used to represent speech; "his grandmother taught him his letters"
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These titles were not only picked out in shaded Gothic on the garden gates, but appeared a second time on the porches, where they followed the semicircular curve of the entrance arch in block capitals.
Actually, hang on, I don't use block capitals much but if there ever was a time to do it then its now SOME-THING INCREDIBLE
Phone or complete the coupon in BLOCK CAPITALS and send it to: Teeside Evening Gazette, Halogen Bulbs (TM025/EG), PO Box 624, Eastleigh SO50 0JY
TO REDEEM BY POST To claim six Scottish kids' books, please complete this coupon writing clearly in block capitals and including three different vouchers.
ALTERNATIVELY COMPLETE THE COUPON IN BLOCK CAPITALS AND SEND IT TO: SUNDAY PEOPLE OFFER (32023), PO BOX 87, BRECON LD3 3BE
His name's in great big block capitals above your head.
But now yobs have used black spray-paint to vandalise the horse, writing the word 'flame'' in block capitals across the white painting.
BLOCK CAPITALS PLEASE SURNAME: FIRST NAME: ADDRESS: POSTCODE: TEL: Closing date: Friday, February 24.
ALTERNATIVELY COMPLETE THE COUPON IN BLOCK CAPITALS AND SEND IT TO: SundayMirror,SelfCoilHose(SMG16156),EuroHouse,CremersRoad,Sittingbourne,KentME103 S
Writing in block capitals - in an expression of frustration - his report said: "In such circumstances it is hard to resist the urge to respond by saying to each of the key services, if that is so, 'NOW JUST DO IT
I addressed the envelope to my employer in block capitals including postcode, wrote my address on the reverse of the envelope, and added a first-class stamp.
A blanket emblazoned with the words 'Steve I'm sorry but the baby is not yours, K' in block capitals was tied to a footbridge on the A45 near Birmingham Airport.