Sans

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Sans or SANS may refer to:

  • Sans-serif (without serifs), in typography, a typeface that does not have the small features called "serifs" at the end of strokes that make up letters and symbols
  • Sans-culottes (without knee-breeches) or Sansculottism, a term created 1790-1792 by the French aristocracy to describe the poorer members of the Third Estate
  • Sans Famille (without family), an 1878 French novel by Hector Malot
  • Sanssouci, the former summer palace of Frederick the Great, King of Prussia at Potsdam
  • Sans, California, a former settlement
  • Bushmen, the indigenous people of Southern Africa, often referred to as San
  • Daniel Sans (born 1975), German tenor
  • Matthieu Sans (born 1988), French footballer
  • Şans is second studio album by the Turkish R&B singer, Murat Boz

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