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Figure 8-35

Figure 8-35. Keeping floats level with their context

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Chapter 10, "CSS2: A Look Ahead" for a look at font-stretch.

The opening dropped capital "T" also doesn't seem to quite match up. This might also be addressed using font-stretch, or perhaps by giving the letter a font-weight of 900. However, it might be best to leave things as they are, since this is a small effect and not too important.