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- n. Plural form of boldface.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of boldface.
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Malkin boldfaces, as though they were shocking heresies, remarks about how Bennett’s correspondents are giving him a more complex picture than the unmixedly optimistic one Bush presents, and Bennett’s notion that it’s a bad idea for the U.S. — or any country — to be seen as “the leader of the world.”
An excerpt in which Hyde boldfaces passages from Romney's op-ed, then provides the facts as he knows them from his reporting:
But, the differences between which words Google boldfaces and which is does not can be interesting.
The boldfaces agreed to "kill" themselves on social media until they raised a $1 million for the charity, which helps fund HIV/AIDS relief in Africa and India.
RTF because it holds metadata such as italics, boldfaces, and special characters that TXT does not, is easily converted to other formats using Word, cannot contain a virus, and is an open format that will be readable forever.
Things of this nature always bring out the D.C. boldfaces.
SSRIstories founder and manager Betty Henderson pulls out and boldfaces the story's drug-related citation like Lynyrd Skynyrd harmonicist Mike Caruso's remark that, "the doctor put me on Cymbalta.
Joshua Ferris, Jhumpa Lahiri, Sarah Vowell, Dave Eggers, Rick Moody, Ha Jin, George Packer, to name just a handful of the boldfaces.
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