As designers and font aficionados lets clearly underline the difference between serif and sans-serif. Serifs are the small lines and embellishments that taper off the edges of letters and symbols (think Times New Roman). Sans-serifs are typefaces that do not have these lines, they possess a clear cut, sharp, modern, minimal look. "Sans" comes from an old-French word, derived from Latin, meaning "without."
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