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  2. List of monospaced typefaces - Wikipedia

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    This list of monospaced typefaces details standard monospaced fonts used in classical typesetting and printing.

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  4. Google Fonts - Wikipedia

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    Google Fonts (formerly known as Google Web Fonts) is a computer font and web font service owned by Google. This includes free and open source font families, an interactive web directory for browsing the library, and APIs for using the fonts via CSS and Android.

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  6. Highway Gothic - Wikipedia

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    The typeface consists of six fonts: "A" (the narrowest), "B", "C", "D", "E", "E (M)" (a modified version of "E" with wider strokes), and "F" (the widest). The typeface originally included only uppercase letters, with the exception of "E (M)", which was used on large expressway and freeway guide signs .

  7. Clarendon (typeface) - Wikipedia

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    The Clarendon design was immediately very popular and was rapidly copied by other foundries to become in effect an entire genre of type design. Clarendon fonts proved extremely popular in many parts of the world, in particular for display applications such as posters printed with wood type.

  8. Open-source Unicode typefaces - Wikipedia

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    This site contains many utilities for Windows systems, including right-to-left editors, keymappers, RTF translators, and high-quality, free Unicode fonts. SIL publish their fonts under their own SIL Open Font License. Typefaces include Charis SIL, Doulos SIL, Gentium and Andika .

  9. GNU FreeFont - Wikipedia

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    GNU FreeFont (also known as Free UCS Outline Fonts) is a family of free OpenType, TrueType and WOFF vector fonts, implementing as much of the Universal Character Set (UCS) as possible, aside from the very large CJK Asian character set. The project was initiated in 2002 by Primož Peterlin and is now maintained by Steve White.

  10. Adobe Fonts - Wikipedia

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    Adobe Fonts (formerly Typekit) is an online service that provides its subscribers with access to its font library, under a single licensing agreement. The fonts may be used directly on websites, or synced via Adobe Creative Cloud to applications on the subscriber's computers.

  11. Lucida - Wikipedia

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    Also called Lucida Typewriter Sans, this is a sans-serif monospaced font family, designed for typewriters. Its styling is reminiscent of Letter Gothic and Andalé Mono; a variant, Lucida Console (see above), replaced those two fonts on Microsoft Windows systems.