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fine print

noun boiler plate, detailed clauses, deeailed conditions, detailed contingencies, detailed grounds, express conditions, intricate notice of conditions, limiting conditions, precise conditions, provisions, small pica font, small print, specific warnings, specification, specified warnings, terms
Associated concepts: contract
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That's a legal question kaya gusto natin makita ang fine print.
Therefore, communicate with your creditors to resolve old debts as soon as possible and always read the fine print.
hide terms in fine print creates the potential for advantage-taking, but
Hey, I can afford that, until I read the fine print, or more usually until I get to the store and have the fine print pointed out to me: "After mail-in rebate of $200.
The fine print below the headline Bluetooth announcements for vehicles like the Acura TL or Chrysler Pacifica (both of which use systems developed by Johnson Controls) is that only a select few phones can be used if you want to access the function.
Some will be intimidated by the length, fine print and lack of illustrations.
But in the fine print, you read that, of 16,000 adverse events RAND studied, there were two deaths, four heart attacks, nine strokes, one seizure, and tire psychiatric cases.
The 182-page book is one long poem tackily dressed in bold, italics, loud and fine print.
It is unfortunate that indigenous and non-indigenous Anglicans did not sit down together and painstakingly read the fine print in this agreement prior to the signing.
The Minneapolis Print and Drawing Fair is endorsed by the International Fine Print Dealers Association.
Failing to read the proverbial fine print may result in discovering that waste removal was not included in the agreement.
With the zoom feature, the projector can handle fine print and small objects, and the CCD camera ensures colors are reproduced correctly.