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subscripts and superscripts
Used respectively in: Chemical definitions, such as H20 (subscript) and for footnotes or reference purposes, such as in Webster's Dictionary1 (superscript)
One that has small attributes at the tips of each letter. Often used in the body of a letter or report.
sans serif font
Does not include the attributes at the tips of each letter. Commonly used in title texts and is the preferred font for web-based content.
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