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Can some one please help me identify this font?
I came across this font while reading a magazine.
I would really like to know what font it is.\
I've attached a photo of the font.
I am trying to identify the attached font image. The font appears to be a san serif font, but has some almost
serif-like characteristics, like the curve to the right of the "u". Note that the bottom of the "g" is curled, but open; and the top of the lowercase characters are chiseled/angled (most obvious e.g. the "i").
Thanks for any help in advance,
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