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Oski East Algonquian and Inuktitut font
OskiEast is a member of the Oski Series of Unicode fonts. Oski is a Cree prefix meaning “New”, which reflects the modern look to the syllabics. The primary difference between the OskiEast and OskiWest fonts is that the “h” final is sized differently to be consistent with the size of the other finals.
This family contains specially made Italic, Bold, and Bold-Italic fonts, giving a much more attractive document than when a word-processor attempts to italicize a regular font.
They were created by Christopher Harvey.
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