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COURIER. One who is sent on some public occasion as an express, to bear despatches, letters, and other papers.
     2. Couriers sent by an ambassador or other public minister, are protected from arrest or molestation. Vattel, liv. 4, c. 9, Sec. 123.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Black propaganda materials in the past were so crude the envelopes, addresses and typewriter fonts were strikingly similar.
The urban appeal of the menu (it resembles a chatline ad from a 1987 edition of Just Seventeen, lots of Dymo tape headings and American Typewriter fonts - it's almost worth framing, so much thought has gone into it) is reflected in the bare grey walls broken up with graffiti art and ironic neon signs.
Speaking of menus, they were printed simply onto white paper in old typewriter fonts, with interesting names and detailed descriptions of each item.
Typewriter fonts had limited functionality when it came to letter spacing.
There are fonts for freaks, vintage typewriter fonts, hacker fonts, grunge fonts, and graffiti fonts.