Abadi MT Condensed
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Abadi, introduced in 1988 offers a versatile sans serif design whose style lies somewhere between the humanist Gill Sans and the more rigidly lineal Helvetica. Subtle humanistic characteristics give Abadi a friendly appeal and contribute as much to the typeface's legibility as does its generous x-height. This legibility keeps the typeface usable in smaller point sizes. Available weights, from light to extra bold, give Abadi a wide range of graphic applications, from magazines, newspapers, packaging, advertising, to use even with television.
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