One, indeed, had been held, and had appeared in fine print in a corner of the Democrat.
This last was a thrilling picture, and ought to make a fine print.
He says he won't read the rules, because they're too fine print.
Here he sees hanging up a fine print of the battle of Austerlitz, himself in the foreground giving his orders.
Finally, on the last page she found a little notice in fine print which told that the prize had been awarded to her.
The fine print may be omitted from the regular lessons and used as collateral reading.
The home was sold—by fine print—hit was bid in by Romine fer about the price of his bill and the costs.
She is reading a book, a fat novel in fine print, the covers soiled with food and the corners grimy with years of friction.
The fine print of a large proportion of our books, especially our school books, has done immense injury.
Then I looked at the picture on the gray obverse side, and had to strain my eyes on the fine print under it to identify it.