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English Braille, American Edition 1994
Nemeth Mathematics 1972
Summary of Rules
- General Rules
- Alternative Contractions
- Single Letter
- And, for, of, the, with
- Child, shall, this, which, out, still
- Whole-word lower: his, was, were, be, in, enough
- Rules for lower sign
- Part-word lower sign
- Whole-word lower: to, into, by
- Double-letter: bb,cc,dd,ff,gg, ea
- Initial letter
- Final letter and short form words
Typical Problem words
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10. Whole-Word Lower-Sign Contractions to, into,and by
- Are subject to the rules for lower-sign contractions.
- Should be unspaced from the word, contraction, or composition sign that follows.
|(The) book (you) ref9er) (to)has be(en) lo(st).
||He (was) pass(ed) (by)(wh)ile o(the)rs (were) tak(en).
||(BY)(THE) OLD MISS(OU)RI
- When there is not space at the end of a line for one of these contractions and the word by should be written out and the in contraction should be used in the word into.
- May never be followed unspaced by any whole-word lower-sign contraction.
||(by) his (mother)
- May never be used as parts of words or to form hyphenated compound words.
- May be preceded but never followed by punctuation.
|"(To)my (knowledge), )it) did (not) (go) by."
||Did (you) (go) to, (in)to, or (by)(it)?
- May be preceded and/or followed by the capital sign and/or the italic sign.