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fine print

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfine printˌfine ˈprint noun [uncountable] American English  x-refsmall print
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fine printPrimarily, documentary was thought of as having a goal beyond the production of a fine print.When comparing companies, beware of fine print that can spell significant differences.But can an auction house ever hope to vet a customer's finances with an auditor's eye for the fine print?His agent was sorting out the fine print.You submit your offer on Form 656, but read the fine print on the back.Phil did not read the fine print.They did so simply by reading the fine print and slithering through the loophole that yawned, obvious and inviting, therein.
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