Difference between bottom-serif and serif




  1. a short line at the end of the main strokes of a character


If Serif had shared your opinion about PagePlus 1.2, you might wonder why they bothered to produce a version 2 at all.

Also, "serif" - fonts with little curlicues on the end - are a lot easier to read than "sans serif" fonts, like Helvetica.

In addition, various karyotypic and genetic studies have found limited amounts of change in chromosomes and DNA sequences when different species of acipenseriforms are compared.

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