How many times in our lives were we reminded to read the fine print?
Wade into the fine print and the deal seems even more disappointing.
And then the fine print: On March 1, 2013, the government of Israel will begin work.
With the new display, he said, “Surfing the Web can be like a fine print magazine.”
A careful reading of the label's fine print reveals it as just another offering in the product line of a global giant.
The book was filled with pages of fine print, fancy mathematics, wiring diagrams and charts in nine colors and that kind of thing.
One, indeed, had been held, and had appeared in fine print in a corner of the Democrat.
Then I looked at the picture on the gray obverse side, and had to strain my eyes on the fine print under it to identify it.
This last was a thrilling picture, and ought to make a fine print.
At half-past nine fine print could be read by daylight, and at eleven it was by no means dark.