Sans-serif Typefaces - Script - Handwriting

Handwriting

  • Andy
  • Ashley Script
  • Chalkboard
  • Comic Sans
  • C├ęzanne
  • Dom Casual
  • Fontoon
  • Irregularis
  • Jefferson
  • Kristen
  • Lucida Handwriting
  • Rage Italic
  • Rufscript
  • Scribble
  • Soupbone
  • Tekton

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Other articles related to "handwriting":

Script And Scribble: The Rise And Fall Of Handwriting
... Script and Scribble The Rise and Fall of Handwriting is a book by author Kitty Burns Florey that discusses the history of penmanship and confronts the present tension between handwriting and electronic communication ...
Bad Handwriting
... Handwriting is considered bad if it prevents other people from being able to read the copy ... people think that many doctors have bad handwriting ... According to Time, doctors' sloppy handwriting kills more than 7,000 people annually ...
Legible - History - Western Handwriting
... Handwriting styles which were used to produce manuscripts included square capitals, rustic capitals, uncials, and half-uncials ... Roman cursive or informal handwriting started out as a derivative of the capital letters, though the tendency to write quickly and efficiently made the letters less precise ... Other combinations of half-uncial and cursive handwriting developed throughout Europe, including Visigothic, and Merovingian ...
Hassan Diab - Extradition Hearing
... after France disavowed the evidence of two handwriting experts discredited by the defence ... introduce evidence from a third, new French handwriting expert, who found a "very strong presumption" that Diab was the author of the hotel registration card ... He went on to say, "At the 11th hour and 59th minute they withdraw their entire handwriting case and substitute a new case." Diab's lawyer also accused French authorities of finding a new ...

Famous quotes containing the word handwriting:

    Poets don’t draw. They unravel their handwriting and then tie it up again, but differently.
    Jean Cocteau (1889–1963)