Create type hierarchy by applying an increasing number of variables.
1 7/8 cups powdered sugar
1 cup maple syrup
1/2 cup cream
2 cups hickory nut or pecanmeat, cut in pieces
Boil first three ingredients until, when tried in cold water, a soft ball may be formed. Remove from fire, and beat until of a creamy consistency; add nuts, and drop from tip of spoon in small piles on buttered paper, or mixture may be poured into a buttered tin and cut in squares, using a sharp knife. From the Boston Cooking-School Cook Book
by Fannie Farmer, 1918
Set this text 12 times in total, on 12 different pages:
- 1–3: You can change the position of text on the page and the leading. Keep everything else the same: the same font, weight, size, style, and case.
- 4–6: Change position and leading, but also vary the weight.
- 7–9: Use position, leading, weight, and size.
- 10–12: Use position, leading, weight, size, and case and letterspacing.
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