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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SMALL PRINT

That was all, and there were barely five-and-twenty lines of small print.

Her first glance at the small print made her start violently.

After this came some small print, which nobody lost any time in noticing.

It was not in small print: you could read it from Thompson's without a telescope.

This piece of tin has been perforated for the purpose; place it close to your eye, and this small print before it.

Of this, more anon; but not to-day, nor in the small print of the Tribune.

But the day had grown so overcast that he went and sat in the bay-window, so that he might read the small print more readily.

It occupies four columns of small print, and perhaps you would think it disgraceful.

"If you mean the small print paragraphs in my prayer book, I never read 'em," answered the Squire's wife, bluntly.

Some of the letters didn't have any postage stamps, just a line of small print about a $300 fine.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.