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Yes, Wu-man, he did do all of the calligraphy For the roundhand, he used a steel nib in an oblique holder.
It was the child's birthday, and she had written roundhand invitations to all of them, to spend the day on Long Island and lunch there.
Let us, whenever we can find an opportunity, deliver our sentiments in the form of roundhand copies.
Standing upon their lofty pinnacles, they are as legible to the rabble below as a line of cuneiform writing in a page of old copybook roundhand.
The arrival of the boxes from the carrier was the first comfort, and then at last came a thick letter from home, franked by Sir George Herries, and containing letters from everybody -- even a few roundhand lines from Eugene.
Besides the logo, House Industries created a corset shape containing the roundhand AP logotype, redrew the signature
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