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Clarity Gothic SF (True Type) range.
Any leads?
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¿Have you deleted that font and want to get it back? ¿Are you looking for that font and don't know where to get it from?

¿What's the problem itself?

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if you are looking for the font try searching for <Claity +fonts>
One site I found that had it ....
http://www.philsfonts.com/
I don't recommend or represent that site, but it was one that I got through Yahoo
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