Base Alignment

In typography, the setting of a line of type so that all the characters appear to "sit" on the same baseline. Base alignment also refers to the ability of a typesetting device to mix typefaces and type sizes on the same line and still have the characters aligned on the baseline. Also known as horizontal alignment. See Alignment.

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