semibold

sem·i·bold

 (sĕm′ē-bōld′, sĕm′ī-) Printing
n.
Type with thick heavy lines that are not as thick or heavy as boldface.
adj.
Typeset or printed in semibold.
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semibold

(ˌsɛmɪˈbəʊld) printing
adj
1. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) denoting a weight of typeface between medium and bold face
2. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) denoting matter printed in this
n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) semibold type
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In the excerpt, the utterances themselves are presented in semibold font.
Para facilitar o processo de programacao do website, fez-se necessario a padronizacao do tamanho e pesos das fontes sendo utilizado a Myriad Pro Bold 30 para todos os titulos, Myriad Pro Semibold 18 para subtitulos e Myriad Pro Regular 13 para o corpo do texto, o que garantia boa legibilidade em ambas as plataformas, principalmente pelo fato de que o iPad pode sofrer reducoes no tamanho da tela caso ela esteja em seu modo de visualizacao vertical (960x1024).
The instructions to the translators of the manuals included a notice that software strings (which were indicated in the manual using semibold fonts) were already translated and that the translations should be taken from the attached string document.