I'm not very familiar with font, so parsing the catalogue is no substitute for trying, which would be tedious for every font. The first example would be fine if `foo`'s was more "awesome". In the second example, the hashtag is too meek. Any suggestion?
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With a bit of trial and error I much prefer the second approach, as awesome is "rigid" (always looks bold whether `bfseries` used or not). So, this question is void. The only thing to do is to bind the hashtag with the remainder like this: `\#foo`.
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