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Avara

In physics, the shower-curtain effect is the phenomenon in which a shower curtain gets blown inward with a running shower. The problem of the cause of this effect has been featured in Scientific American magazine, with several theories given to explain the phenomenon but no definite conclusion. As a second meaning, the fact that nearby phase front distortions of an optical wave are more severe than remote distortions of the same amplitude is called shower-curtain effect.

In physics, the shower-curtain effect is the phenomenon in which a shower curtain gets blown inward with a running shower. The problem of the cause of this effect has been featured in Scientific American magazine, with several theories given to explain the phenomenon but no definite conclusion. As a second meaning, the fact that nearby phase front distortions of an optical wave are more severe than remote distortions of the same amplitude is called shower-curtain effect.

In physics, the shower-curtain effect is the phenomenon in which a shower curtain gets blown inward with a running shower. The problem of the cause of this effect has been featured in Scientific American magazine, with several theories given to explain the phenomenon but no definite conclusion. As a second meaning, the fact that nearby phase front distortions of an optical wave are more severe than remote distortions of the same amplitude is called shower-curtain effect.

In physics, the shower-curtain effect is the phenomenon in which a shower curtain gets blown inward with a running shower. The problem of the cause of this effect has been featured in Scientific American magazine, with several theories given to explain the phenomenon but no definite conclusion. As a second meaning, the fact that nearby phase front distortions of an optical wave are more severe than remote distortions of the same amplitude is called shower-curtain effect.

In physics, the shower-curtain effect is the phenomenon in which a shower curtain gets blown inward with a running shower. The problem of the cause of this effect has been featured in Scientific American magazine, with several theories given to explain the phenomenon but no definite conclusion. As a second meaning, the fact that nearby phase front distortions of an optical wave are more severe than remote distortions of the same amplitude is called shower-curtain effect.

In physics, the shower-curtain effect is the phenomenon in which a shower curtain gets blown inward with a running shower. The problem of the cause of this effect has been featured in Scientific American magazine, with several theories given to explain the phenomenon but no definite conclusion. As a second meaning, the fact that nearby phase front distortions of an optical wave are more severe than remote distortions of the same amplitude is called shower-curtain effect.

In physics, the shower-curtain effect is the phenomenon in which a shower curtain gets blown inward with a running shower. The problem of the cause of this effect has been featured in Scientific American magazine, with several theories given to explain the phenomenon but no definite conclusion. As a second meaning, the fact that nearby phase front distortions of an optical wave are more severe than remote distortions of the same amplitude is called shower-curtain effect.

In physics, the shower-curtain effect is the phenomenon in which a shower curtain gets blown inward with a running shower. The problem of the cause of this effect has been featured in Scientific American magazine, with several theories given to explain the phenomenon but no definite conclusion. As a second meaning, the fact that nearby phase front distortions of an optical wave are more severe than remote distortions of the same amplitude is called shower-curtain effect.

In physics, the shower-curtain effect is the phenomenon in which a shower curtain gets blown inward with a running shower. The problem of the cause of this effect has been featured in Scientific American magazine, with several theories given to explain the phenomenon but no definite conclusion. As a second meaning, the fact that nearby phase front distortions of an optical wave are more severe than remote distortions of the same amplitude is called shower-curtain effect.

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Avara is a libre transitional serif curveless type family. The placement of its nodes is exclusively based on a rough square grid. The original reason of this design choice was to facilitate collaboration on the font, and it now results in the radical and highly constrained shapes of this type family. It was started and first released in November 2011 by Raphaël Bastide; it has been updated since then and finally published here. It might be updated again in the future, tho. Maybe by you.

The Bold style was initiated by Raphaël Bastide and continued by Wei Huang and Lucas Le Bihan; the Bold Italic by Lucas Le Bihan; the Black was started by Walid Bouchouchi and Jérémy Landes, then it was boldened again and finished by Lucas Le Bihan.

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Regular

AÀÁÂÃÄÅBCÇDEÈÉÊËFGHIÌÍÎÏJKLMNÑOÒÓÔÕÖPQRSŠTUÙÚÛÜVWXYÝŸZŽÆØŒɃaàáâãäåbcçdeèéêëfghiìíîïjklmnñoòóôõöpqrsštuùúûüvwxyýÿzžæøıœfffiflffifflˆˇ0123456789¼½¾_-–—([{‚„)]}«‘“»’”!"#%&'*,./:;?@\¡¿†‡•…‰+<=>|~±×÷⁄−≈≠≤≥$¢£¥€^`¨´¸˘˙˚˜¦§©®°¶№◊

Italic

AÀÁÂÃÄÅBCÇDEÈÉÊËFGHIÌÍÎÏJKLMNÑOÒÓÔÕÖPQRSŠTUÙÚÛÜVWXYÝŸZŽÆØŒɃaàáâãäåbcçdeèéêëfghiìíîïjklmnñoòóôõöpqrsštuùúûüvwxyýÿzžæøıœfffiflffifflˆˇ0123456789¼½¾_-–—([{‚„)]}«‘“»’”!"#%&'*,./:;?@\¡¿†‡•…‰+<=>|~±×÷⁄−≈≠≤≥$¢£¥€^`¨´¸˘˙˚˜¦§©®°¶№◊

Black

AÀÁÂÃÄÅBCÇDEÈÉÊËFGHIÌÍÎÏJKLMNÑOÒÓÔÕÖPQRSŠTUÙÚÛÜVWXYÝŸZŽÆØŒɃaàáâãäåbcçdeèéêëfghiìíîïjklmnñoòóôõöpqrsštuùúûüvwxyýÿzžæøıœfffiflffifflˆˇ0123456789¼½¾_-–—([{‚„)]}«‘“»’”!"#%&'*,./:;?@\¡¿†‡•…‰+<=>|~±×÷⁄−≈≠≤≥$¢£¥€^`¨´¸˘˙˚˜¦§©®°¶№◊

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