Goudy


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Gou·dy

 (gou′dē), Frederic William 1865-1947.
American printer and designer of more than 90 typefaces.

Gou•dy

(ˈgaʊ di)

n.
Frederic William, 1865–1947, U.S. designer of printing types.
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Apparatus and Methods for Transferring and Bonding Substrates: Eric Shawn Goudy, Liberty Township, OH; Jason Lee DeBruler, West Chester, OH; and Michael Devin Long, Springfield Township, OH.
Gregor is just another example of how our government is working towards enhancing and improving service in rural communities." Todd Goudy MLA for Melfort said.
"I would also like to thank all members of staff involved with the production, especially Mr Goudy, Miss Morris and Miss Greenwood, for helping to make it such a success."
Stafford Place v East Halsey EAST HALSEY: T Marshall b Smith 40, C Ward ran out 0, D Homes c Atkinson b Smith 145, R Bellerby b Smith 12, D Willey b Smith 12, D Armitage not out 2, H Goudy not out 0.
This scale has high internal consistency ([alpha] = .77, Dobson, Goudy, Keith, & Powers, 1979; [alpha] = .88, Fleming & Courtney, 1984) and test--retest reliability (r = .82, Fleming & Courtney, 1984).
"As a council we can do something to deal with that troubled past because conscientious objectors like Norman Goudy had an important bearing on our history."
Everett Hindley, the Saskatchewan Party candidate, was elected to replace former Premier Brad Wall in the constituency of Swift Current; and Todd Goudy, the Saskatchewan Party candidate in Melfort, was elected to fill the vacancy left by the passing of Kevin Phillips.
The memory of the Village Press lives on through its publications and the type designs of its founder, Frederic Goudy."
It may be the case that adapting Goudy Old Style or Palatino for new typesetting technologies, with some modification along the way (like lengthening descenders), incurs serious issues for type designers.
thought that they should have been in there earlier," adding that it was "too bad we took that attitude to the conscripts." No doubt Lieutenant Don Goudy (OC "C" Company, 21st Battalion) would have emphatically agreed.