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Performance hit of a lot of unused font-faces

If you have an html file, and in that html file you link to styles.css which covers all the styling of the page. Then inside of styles.css you have something like @import url('../css/fonts.css'). ...
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How to reuse font families in CSS for quicker CSS loading

Let's say I use different fonts on my page, let's say I use 3 different fonts in 10-20 different CSS rules and in each of them I must use the following and similar: font-family:"Lucida Sans Unicode", ...
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If I have only WOFF and EOT, what browsers am I supporting with @font-face?

We're looking at buying a font which only allows its use on the web in the provided formats: WOFF and EOT. I'm not sure what browsers those work in and can't seem to find up to date information. What ...
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Hangul calligraphy (TTF)

I want a nice hangul font. Can somebody indicate one ? Something elegant and beautiful like this England calligraphy: I would like to apply it using css 3: <!DOCTYPE html> <html> ...
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How to Conditionally Load @Font-Faces via CSS3? [closed]

Curerntly, when you use a beautiful font, like for example the multiligual Calibri fotn (a win7 font), then it even downloads eventhough a user has the font already installed, when i use the following ...