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An easier solution is just to use Adobe Reader X and to right-click anywhere in the document, choose "Document Properties", then click on the tab "Fonts".
There you see a list of all fonts used in the document. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count).
I've got fonts on my new Mac mini I imported from Corel DRAW that were created in the late 90s and they went in without a hitch.
Sometimes the fonts do go in but don't sort alphabetically in font book - they go to the bottom of the "All Fonts" list. Also, many windows fonts list their bold, italic etc derivatives as different font files, but in font book these derivatives can list under the main font name when you see an arrow to expand the font.
If you run While it doesn't preserve layout particularly well, Libre Office able to import PDF files.
Rather than changing them right now, open Font Book, Preferences..., and change "Default install location" to "Computer". If this works, there are permission issues with your ~/ structure somewhere inside.
If it doesn't work, the most likely thing is indeed a corrupt font file.
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Add Fonts..., navigate to a font file and click Open, the validating and installing windows will flash by, but the font will not appear in the list of All Fonts.