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Voters in a small Indiana community voted to ban cellphones altogether after a man posted the results of a recent election on Facebook, relaying his belief that doing so may spare the community from the coronavirus outbreak, The New York Times reported. The man wrote in a post that “not voting is the same as not caring,” and that it was time to “show the corrupt system the door.” The message was shared more than 19,000 times.

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To calculate the prayer times for a given location, we need to know the latitude and the longitude of your current city or town, along with the local timezone for that location. IslamicFinder is detecting longitude, latitude and timezone of your current city or town automatically. If you face any difference in prayer timings according to your current location then please confirm these latitude and longitude first. You can also use our ‘Change Settings’ option to change latitude, longitude and timezone of your current location. You can find this option of ‘Change Settings’ from Top Search bar setting link on right side or from today prayer times card.

Both versions of the SanFrancisco Arabic font are actually part of an extensive set of 11 fonts from the Schoenefeld family . Now that you know what to look for, let me walk you through some of the differences between the fonts, but first, let me point out a few differences between the two versions of SanFrancisco Arabic.
The design of the Arabic SanFrancisco fonts shares a lot of similarities. Both support full Arabic Unicode, with about a 97% match rate in particular (see a side-by-side comparison of the two fonts), but there are a number of key differences. First off, notice that the ligatures are slightly different. The ligature for the Egyptian letter sakkad, for example, is between a capital s (plural of the current) and a first initial s. These ligatures are lowercase for most of the other glyphs, but if you notice the ligatures, you can see that they are lowercase for the s. Next, notice that the Arabic SanFrancisco fonts have a fixed width that is roughly the same width as the Latin SanFrancisco fonts. This fixed width allows the user to have more flexibility in choosing the proper spacing. Finally, notice that the Latin version of the font has a bold option, while the Arabic version of SanFrancisco does not. I find that the bold seems to be a little bolder than the Roman version, which is usually the best way to go. However, of course, if you need your text to look more like its Latin counterpart, you can always add in some extra kerning to get the look you need.