Talk:Roman type

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Semantic twaddle[edit]

"The Colorado Court of Appeals requires all briefs to be submitted in plain, Roman style typeface. The Court does not consider Garamond to be a Roman typeface."

Why not? We need some eloboration and references.

That's trivial semantic quibbling usually found in the trivia section, but it doesn't add much to the article so I took it out. The Colorado court of appeals is a court of law and should know better. Garamond is considered a classic "roman" (in a manner of speaking) by typographers and printers.
Arbo talk 21:08, 15 October 2006 (UTC)

Italic text== "roman" versus "Roman" ==

The OED, inter alia, capiccccccĜĜë