Requesting me then to exchange seats with him, that he might the better distinguish the fine print
of the volume, he took my armchair at the window, and, opening the book, resumed his discourse very much in the same tone as before.
Bhaer sometimes used eye glasses, and Jo had tried them once, smiling to see how they magnified the fine print
of her book.
And when I returned new drifts would have formed, through which I floundered, where the busy northwest wind had been depositing the powdery snow round a sharp angle in the road, and not a rabbit's track, nor even the fine print
, the small type, of a meadow mouse was to be seen.
by Courtesy of Brandpoint Watch out for hidden costs in package deals and read the fine print
The app will analyze the fine print
for consumers and will alert them of hidden costly details before signing on the dotted-line of financial agreements or contracts.
Zarate said this legal issue will have to be addressed by reading the fine print
of the approved pension hike.
The huge bill furnishes the fine print
for the bipartisan pact approved in December that set overall spending levels for the next couple of years.
WE ALL KNOW SOMEONE (not us, mind you) who's been burned by overlooking those "important change in terms" notices because crucial details are often buried in the fine print
Richard's claim in contract, agreeing that the fine print
let Time Inc.
At the bottom, the fine print
starts by saying, "If" you're reading this, you're probably thinking there's some kind of catch.
In this case, you can't ignore reading the fine print
The Fine Print
Of Self-Publishing analyses and ranks the contracts and services of 48 different POD companies and identifies the strengths and weaknesses of taking a POD approach to self-publishing.
Here are two other dirty little secrets that may be lost in the fine print
of your credit card agreement:
Happily, Bagley writes without the prolixity often associated with the legal profession--the kind of eye-glazing, spare-no-heretofores stuff that too often fills up the fine print
of lending or securities documents.
At some cost, of course, she can read the fine print