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Regardless of how it is achieved, it is called a "drop cap" or "dropped capital." Your example without any other context suggests it is a sloppy hack to emulate the effect without having proper control of e.g. baseline offset caused by: ignorance; aesthetic choice; lack of software support; all of the above. Normally, there would be one drop cap at the ...


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