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Old 01-04-2013, 01:50 AM   #2
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AFAIK, Georgia is a Microsoft font that won't be available on the Nook unless B&N has licensed it, and since you specified serif as the fallback font, your book will be displayed with the default Nook serif font, which most likely looks like Times New Roman.
In order to avoid this problem, you'll need to embed a free font similar to Georgia. Popular choices are Charis SIL and DejaVu LGC, which both support the accented letters that you need for displaying Dvořák.
You can embed them manually or have Calibre do it for you by doing an epub to epub conversion.

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