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A bit of an odd question, but what is the correct terminology for the exceptions in a typeface that contains no serifs at all, except for the problematic ones:
This kind of typeface is normally found in screen-space areas (non-print). Most known example for this would be the Verdana family.
This would mean that Verdana is not a pure grotesque font, but neither is it a full grown serif font as well. What is this "kind" of typeface called? Are there special terms that these odd-ones-out are called?