Puta is the old English font that was used on many early English books and in many of the older print books published in the 18th century.

It is a typeface used on the New England colonies, the South, the American colonies and the Pacific Northwest.

It was created by the same person who created the modern sans serif.

Putas were designed to look similar to Old English, and were often used to typefaces on documents such as wills, wills of nobility, and wills of trust.

In the United States, the typeface was known as the ‘Puta Sans’ and was first used in the early 1900s as a standard for the New York State Court documents.

In fact, the word ‘puta’ is a Latin phrase meaning ‘new’ or ‘old’.

However, many people, including some who had never read the Old English typefaces, took this to mean that the Putas looked the same as the Olde English typeface.

The typefaces were used extensively in the 19th and 20th centuries.

The modern font in use today, however, has a different look and feel, based on the Old French sans seriff, and is not based on Old French.

The Modern Sans Serif The Modern Sans Serif (MSSA) is a font based on New York’s style of writing.

It has a bold, condensed, italicized style that has been used in documents such the wills of probate and estate records, and in wills for children.

Modern sans seriffs are used in business and business-related documents, such as legal documents, wills, and other documents used in a legal system.

Modern serifs were first designed for business-like use in business-oriented documents.

The fonts were designed by a man named Charles A. Lattimore, who was a lawyer, and his wife, Mary Ann Lattime.

In his book “New English Fonts”, Lattiff describes how he came up with the design.

In 1901, Lattife’s son, Charles, was working on the construction of a house in New York City, and he wanted a bold and condensed style for his design.

The son suggested using a serif for the house, which he named “Lattife Sans” because it was based on an old, traditional New England style.

In 1905, the house was completed and the family moved to the city of Chicago.

In 1911, Lottife began designing New England serif typefaces.

He would design New England sans serf for businesses, such a serf called “Sans Serf”.

In 1923, he received the commission to design the modern font.

The design was named “Modern Sans Serf”, and the name was shortened to MSSA.

This modern sans sans seraf was designed to resemble Old English.

Modern Sans serf has been in use since the late 19th century, and its modern look and design reflects the way that the Old Englishes used the Old Sans serif, in order to give their documents a more modern look.

Moderns are designed for use in businesses, documents and legal documents.

Modern Serifs are based on Modern Sans, and are designed to give a modern, professional feel.

Modern typefaces are designed and used in many ways.

Many typesetters are trained to work with them and the typefaces that they produce, such the Microsoft Word and Apple Mac fonts.

There are also a large number of typesetting programs and software available that use the typefonts.

Modern-Sans-Serif typeface The Modern-Serf typeface is the modern typeface that was designed by Lattice in 1903.

Its name comes from the fact that Lattive created the Modern Serf typefont in the first place.

In 1903, the Latties started using the type font in business documents and wills for business purposes, and they used it extensively throughout the 20th century and beyond.

The font is a simple, simple, condensed style.

Its primary use is in business typefaces and in documents.

It can also be used in other business applications.

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MSSA is a modern sans-seriff, with bold, rounded corners.

MSFA has a simple serif font, with a rounded, condensed look.

MSSCA is a serfo-sans serif with rounded corners and a modern font, designed to be used for business documents.

MSTCA has rounded corners, and MSTCE has rounded, italics and condensed lines.

MSST is a slightly modified version of MSSA, with rounded corner sizes, and it has a serio-based style.

MSF is a Modern sans-sari, with an extra roundness.

MSU is a somewhat modified version that has an additional rounded corners in the corner.

MSUM is a variant of MSSF that is designed for uses such as business documents