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Sans serif typeface

A typeface without serifs, and usually with minimal or no variation in thickness of strokes. Helvetica is a sans serif face.

Search product

A product for which the consumer can evaluate claims easily and accurately prior to making a purchase by inspecting the product or by using information sources, such as Consumer Reports or amazon.com.

Serif typeface

A type style with definitive endings (serifs) to the open-ended letter strokes and most corners of letters; the small finishing lines attached to the letters. Times New Roman is a moderate Serif typeface.

Supers

Words superimposed on a TV, video, movie, or computer screen during an ad.


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