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Two-line English.

A size of type one size larger than Two line Pica and one size smaller than Two-line Great Primer—equal to two lines of English in depth of body.

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Entry taken from Printers' Vocabulary, by Charles Thomas Jacobi, 1888.

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Two-em braces.
Two-em quads.
Two-feeder machines.
Two-line Double Pica.
Two-line Great Primer.
Two-line English.
Two-line Pica
Two-line Small Pica.
Two-tine Long Primer.
Two-line Bourgeois.
Two-line Brevier.