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Typography & The Chicago Manual of Style

Did you know that the new edition (16th ed., 2010) of The Chicago Manual of Style contains “readable new fonts: FF Tisa, originally designed to be a magazine font, [as] the main text, while Whitney is used for inline examples of grammar”?

Well, now you do.

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