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800 and 900 to the Bold face instead, or it might assign them both to one or the other of the Black variants.

Finally, let's consider a stripped-down version of Times, in which there are only two weight variants, TimesRegular and TimesBold, as shown in Table 5-2.

Table 5-2. Hypothetical Weight Assignments for Times

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image to be repeated in the horizontal or vertical directions,respectively, and no-repeat prevents the imagefrom tiling in any direction.

By default, the background image will start from the top left cornerof an element. (We'll see how to change this later in thechapter.) Therefore, the following rules will have the effect seen inFigure 6-28:

BODY {background-image: url(yinyang.gif);