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Peclet (formely known as Principal) is a high-contrast sans serif typeface with roots in the nineteenth-century grotesques. Short descenders and long ascenders shift its baseline uncommonly low, suggesting a sense of strong (digital) gravity that particularly informs the heavier weights. The repetitive use of minor angles and slightly disproportionate terminals complement the otherwise rigid typeface. Peclet is available in fourteen styles, ranging from Thin to Black with corresponding Italics.