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  • Miskitu Aisas!Miskito Language Course Vocabulary (Miskito) Abbreviations used > Next Contents
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  • Paleographical feature: {_a}. Details: a-tittle: line or double curve of abbreviation, tittle or tilde over a, often indicating omitted n or m. Paleographical
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  • =Abbreviations=语表 Below is table of the grammatical abbreviations used in this book and their expanded forms. If you would like more detailed information
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  • <label>January</label> <numeric-id>1</numeric-id> <abbreviation>Jan</abbreviation> <value>january</value> </item>
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  • of the language is generally pronounced as the three letters of its abbreviation ˈɛs kjuː ˈɛl or, in some people's usage, as ˈsiːkwəl. This Wikibook
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  •  FOSS Network Infrastructure and Security Foreword — List of Abbreviations — Introduction to FOSS and GNU/Linux — Network Concepts and Architectures —
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  • Gender and ICT List of Abbreviations — Forward — Preface — Introduction — Taking a Closer Look at Women's Realities — Placing a Women's Empowerment Back
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  • the index, one may still use \index{a@\"{a}}. You can make a list of abbreviations with the package nomencl [1]. You may also be interested in using the
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  • situations in which lines are placed over words or letter combinations. Abbreviations (eg. elided letters) and expansions (brevigraphs and contractions) are
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  • distinguish between the two slides, using only shift slide notation. The abbreviation "sl." for slide may be omitted. When sliding from a higher fret to a
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  • cover two areas, the layout and punctuation of the parsed text, and the abbreviations using in parsing it. A glossed text will typically consist of: the
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  • Trainz page which either has been moved, or renamed, or a colloquial term or abbreviation with coverage on the targeted page receiving redirected links.  
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  • page which either has been moved, or renamed, or a colloquial term or abbreviation with coverage on the targeted page receiving redirected links. This page
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  • derived line will be the line numbers of the antecedent lines and the abbreviation 'CE'. Note. You might see premise line and conclusion line for antecedent
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  • Abbreviation Font Name cmr Computer Modern Roman (default) lmr Latin Modern Roman pbk Bookman bch Charter pnc New Century Schoolbook ppl Palatino ptm Times
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  • acronym without the abbreviation "<full>", use : If you just want to print the long version of an acronym with the abbreviation "<full> (<abbrv>)", use :
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  • Modulation Synthesis" is mostly abbreviated to "FM synthesis" and this abbreviation will be used further on. Synthesizer at Wikipedia Frequency modulation
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  • introduce the LaTeX measurement units. All LaTeX units are two-letter abbreviations. You can choose from a variety of units. Here are the most common ones
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  • Defendants are shortened as "D" and for multiple defendants, D1, D2, so on. Plaintiffs are shortened as "P" and for multiple plaintiffs, P1, P2, so on
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  • a past transaction. Asset accountant items Cr The abbreviation for Credit. COGS The abbreviation for Cost of goods sold Depreciation The process of spreading
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