Another campaign aide, Nicole Wallace, and her husband, Mark Wallace, are mentioned as founts of poison on Palin.
Their joy is such as that of the pasha of a seraglio; they revel with ideas, they get drunk at the founts of intellect.
The Roman type used by the early Italian printers is, then, the prototype from which all other Roman founts are descended.
The three Vale Press founts and also the punches and matrices were destroyed when the Press ceased publishing.
Proctor took as his model the finest of the old Greek founts, which was that used in the Complutensian Polyglot printed in 1514.
Other Italian printers had founts both of Gothic and of Roman types.
It was these founts that really inaugurated the new development; and the foundry of the Gebr.
They had talked together; not much: enough for each to see at either's breast the wells from the founts of life.
Blessed with Lauretta's love, all sources and founts of bliss were mine.
The founts of casual adventure had, it seemed, run stone dry; such weather was enough to dry up anything.