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Question 1: In typography, a typeface is a set of one or more ________, in one or more sizes, designed with stylistic unity, each comprising a coordinated set of glyphs.
Typographic ligatureCapital letterFontOpenType

Question 2: ________, popularized by Microsoft, is a widely used sans serif font that is often compared to and substituted for Helvetica.
UnicodeTrueTypeArialTimes Roman

Question 3: Digital fonts that embody a particular design are often subject to copyright as ________.
Computer softwareProgramming paradigmComputer programProgramming language

Question 4: Most manually-operated ________ and text-only computer displays use monospaced fonts.
E. Remington and SonsIBM Selectric typewriterTypewriterBlickensderfer typewriter

Question 5: Under ________, typeface designs are not subject to copyright.
United States CongressUnited States courts of appealsSupreme Court of the United StatesLaw of the United States

Question 6: [4] However, with introduction of font formats such as ________, those supplemental glyphs were merged into the main fonts, relying on specific software capabilities to access the alternate glyphs.
OpenTypeTypefaceComputer fontTrueType

Question 7: Other fonts such as Futura, Gill Sans, Univers and ________ have also remained popular over many decades.
TrafikkalfabetetFHWA Series fontsFrutigerTratex

Question 8: Early fonts used for the ________, also using insular letterforms, can be classified as Gaelic typefaces, distinct from Roman or Antiqua typefaces.
Middle High GermanMiddle EnglishGreat Vowel ShiftOld English

Question 9: Although modern computers can display any desired typeface, monospaced fonts are still important for ________, terminal emulation, and for laying out tabulated data in plain text documents.
Software testingRequirements analysisComputer programmingSoftware design

Question 10: Various forms exist including ________, rotunda, schwabacher, and fraktur.
Typographic ligatureCalligraphyLower caseBlackletter







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