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Doulos SIL

Doulos SIL is derived from the earlier SIL Doulos font, released in 1992 by the Summer Institute of Linguistics. It is provided for free. The goal of Doulos was to provide a single Unicode-based font family that would contain a comprehensive inventory of glyphs needed for almost any Roman- or Cyrillic-based writing system, whether used for phonetic or orthographic needs. In addition, there is provision for other characters and symbols useful to linguists. Doulos SIL is very similar to Times/Times New Roman, but only has a single face: Regular. It was developed in 2006 by Walt Agee, Miriam Martin, Annie Olsen, Victor Gaultney, Lorna Priest, Alan Ward, Bob Hallissy, Martin Hosken, Sharon Correll, Jon Coblentz and Jonathan Kew. In 2020, the CTAN package was being maintained by Niranjan Vikas Tambe. Gitlab link.

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