Baskerville has been mentioned more than a dozen times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'Liam Thinks!' where it has less than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, Baskerville had the highest popularity figure in February this year. Popularity decline is quite obvious over the last 6 months as the number of mentions has suffered a severe multifold decrease in this period.

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the racism behind Kampala

[...] community area. As you head on further inside towards Kololo Hill. You’ll see McKenzie Vale, Baskerville Avenue, Roscoe Road, Elizabeth Avenue, Hesketh Bell Road, York Terrace, Philip Road, Ridgeway [...]

skaheru.com

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5 Typography Secrets to Transform Your Designs

[...] of its period. A typeface originally designed in the 18th Century, Baskerville, is a transitional serif, with traits that make it identifiable as being of this large font [...]

design.tutsplus.com

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5 Typography Secrets to Transform Your Designs

[...] of its period. A typeface originally designed in the 18th Century, Baskerville, is a transitional serif, with traits that make it identifiable as being of this large font [...]

wiki.psdtuts.com

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The Sherlock Holmes Investigation

[...] Piccadilly Circus. In The Hound of the Baskervilles, Holmes and Watson pursue Mortimer and Baskerville along this road. Watch out for the Café Royal, the scene of a fight in The Adventure of the [...]

beontheroad.com

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Life Lately

Life Lately

[...] decide which one to finish first. The Kite Runner, The Architect's Apprentice or The Hounds of Baskerville. I finished The Kite Runner a few days ago and now reading The Architect's Apprentice. It's [...]

noorsplace.com

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10 Fonts That Work Extremely Well As Logos

[...] business. It wouldn’t work, right? On the other hand, Serif fonts, such as Garamond and Baskerville, are great to use in logos for traditional businesses, while Sans Serif fonts such as Helvetica [...]

liamthinks.blogspot.com

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Getting the right logo for your website

[...] to that single logo. Their front signage had their name in something similar to Baskerville, a serifed “classic” typeface. The sign on the side of the building was something [...]

iwantmyname.com

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This Month in Typography

[...] if some typefaces are more believable than others — that is, if you write a paragraph in Baskerville, will people believe that paragraph more readily than if you set it in Comic Sans? Morris is [...]

liamthinks.blogspot.com

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The Healthiest Typeface

[...] statistically significant. People who had seen Deutsch’s statement of reassurance in Baskerville were the most likely to believe it and the most convinced of their choice; at the other [...]

theatlantic.com

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Nulon Nationals – Round 2, 28th-29th of March 2015

[...] his buckets list, “Nurburgring”. That is commitment. He has also run at SMSP, Wakefield, Baskerville, Marulan, Mt Panorama, and Huntley Hillclimb. At just 22, he has done more motorsport [...]

Nulon blog
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blog.nulon.com.au

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Choose the Perfect Typography for Your Adobe InDesign Project

[...] as good in bold and italic. Semi-Bold and Bold-Italic weights would be a bonus. Why not try Baskerville? ITC New Baskerville Std is a 1930s interpretation of the typeface and gives a high-contrast [...]

design.tutsplus.com

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