Take time to read the small print on the packages you inspect at the market.
Bring your glasses if you need them: that small print should alert you to what the contents can do to your body.
In small print below the title were two names: Coleman Young and Lonnie Wheeler.
Thea opened it at a mark, and fixed her eyes intently upon the small print.
That was all, and there were barely five-and-twenty lines of small print.
This piece of tin has been perforated for the purpose; place it close to your eye, and this small print before it.
It was not in small print: you could read it from Thompson's without a telescope.
The book was probably a long time in the press, for there are no less than 20 pages of addenda in small print.
Of this, more anon; but not to-day, nor in the small print of the Tribune.
My eyes need the aid of glasses by night, and, with small print, in the day also.