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Bo·do·ni

 (bō-dō′nē, bə-), Gianbattista 1740-1813.
Italian printer and designer of the Bodoni typeface, which is still widely used.
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Bodoni

(bəˈdəʊnɪ)
n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a style of type designed by the Italian printer Giambattista Bodoni (1740–1813)
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Bo•do•ni

(bəˈdoʊ ni)

n.
1. Giambattista, 1740–1813, Italian painter and printer.
2. a style of type based on a design by G. Bodoni.
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Noun1.Bodoni - Italian printer who designed the Bodoni font (1740-1813)
2.Bodoni - a typeface (based on an 18th century design by Gianbattista Bodoni) distinguished by regular shape and hairline serifs and heavy downstrokes
proportional font - any font whose different characters have different widths
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The original cloth-bound edition of the catalogue published by the Grolier Club was tastefully designed by noted book designer Jerry Kelly and set (appropriately) in Bodoni types.
The other had the same information presented in either 12-point Comic Sans MS 75pc greyscale font or 12-point Bodoni MT 75pc greyscale.
Por exemplo, a fonte Bodoni apresenta modulacao enquanto que a fonte sem serifa, Futura, nao apresenta.
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FLAG: Changed from Bodoni to thinner, lighter Helvetica Neue font with larger lettering.
Gradually this style died out, and the influential Greek types of the late eighteenth and the nineteenth centuries -- Didot in France, Bodoni in Italy, and Porson in England -- were free of ligatures and much less calligraphic than the earlier types.
Three or four weeks, he'll leave." Lou Bodoni, the butch office manager, could stay, but she had to quit wearing sweat pants.
The third text-font category's label, didone, conflated "Didot" and "Bodoni," respectively French and Italian master printers from around the turn of the nineteenth century.
Quero dizer que, basicamente, de Gutenberg ate Didot ou Bodoni, a maneira de fazer tipos foi mais ou menos a mesma, e a maneira de produzir papel tambem.