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Legibility is the politeness of men of letters, as punctuality of kings and beggars.
THE WORKS OF ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON - SWANSTON EDITION VOL. 25 (OF 25)ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
Professor Koopman dwells particularly on the influence of short lines on legibility.
A LIBRARIAN'S OPEN SHELFARTHUR E. BOSTWICK
Anything that adds to the legibility of the printing improves it; anything that detracts from its legibility harms it.
DIVISION OF WORDSFREDERICK W. HAMILTON
At the end of the row stood a thin, dingy book whose title had passed out of legibility.
THE THING FROM THE LAKEELEANOR M. INGRAM
Competitors are asked to note that legibility of handwriting will carry weight as well as intrinsic merit.
THE HEALTHY LIFE, VOL. V, NOS. 24-28VARIOUS
But then neither is at home except on her visiting-day, and that is customarily written with much legibility on both their cards.
AN AMBITIOUS WOMANEDGAR FAWCETT
Sanford, Edmund Clark, on "The relative legibility of the smallletters," 122-124.
THE BOOKLOVER AND HIS BOOKSHARRY LYMAN KOOPMAN
In them, surely, beauty and fitness may precede legibility unchallenged.
THE BOOKLOVER AND HIS BOOKSHARRY LYMAN KOOPMAN
Art in lettering is only to be attained by solving the problem of legibility in the way most pleasing to the eye.
LETTERS AND LETTERINGFRANK CHOUTEAU BROWN
The balance of a letter or a series of letters is that effect which gives legibility and artistic proportions to the design.
PRACTICAL CARRIAGE AND WAGON PAINTINGMAYTON CLARENCE HILLICK

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