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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.”

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  • 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.

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  • 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. Links

  • Things of this nature always bring out the D.C. boldfaces.

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  • 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.

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  • 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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