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Twentieth Century

Twentieth Century

Straight-Plain
The tail of the lower-case 'j' is straight with no upper serif.
Vertical
The ends of the upper-case 'C' stroke are vertical or nearly vertical.

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Century Gothic

Century Gothic

Curved-Plain
The tail of the lower-case 'j' is curved with no upper serif.
Angled
The ends of the upper-case 'C' stroke are angled.