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A single font may not contain glyphs to display all the characters in a document, and not all fonts are available on all systems. Authors can specify a list of fonts, all of the same style and size, that are tried in sequence to see if they contain a glyph for a certain character. This list is called a font set.

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BBB {font-family: "Times New Roman", "Symbol", serif}
CCC {font-family: "Helvetica", sans-serif}
DDD {font-family: "Critter", fantasy}
EEE {font-family:"Courier", monospace}
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