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Typographic ligatures used to improve the appearance of type are usually character pairs or triplets that have features that tend to overlap when used together. The ligature creates a smoother transition or connection between characters by connecting crossbars, removing dots over the i, or otherwise altering the shape of the characters in typography.

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“Please Send Queso” logo by Simon Walker.

Please Send Queso” is a food blog written by someone with the palette of a 6-year old […]. The goal […] is to serve as a gathering place for like-minded people just trying to find a meal that doesn’t contain hummus.

Note : the P.S.Q. blog will be online in a few weeks…

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