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looking out for a font " Qureshi "

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Am looking out for a font name  " Qureshi " . From were can i download this font.
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Scott Fell,  EE MVE earned 150 total points
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It does not seem to be on http://www.fonts.com/search/all-fonts?searchtext=Qureshi.  Where you have you seen this font used?  Maybe it is called something different.  You can use http://www.identifont.com/ or if you have an image or can create an image of type with the font you can try and use http://www.myfonts.com/WhatTheFont/  it has helped me out a few times.
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There's a font called cresci which might be what you're after
http://www.fonts.com/font/itc/cresci-rotunda

Otherwise I can't find any font called qureshi either.
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