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. Wengelin , A. 2006 . Examining Pauses in Writing: Theories, Methods and Empirical Data . In: Sullivan , K.P.H. & Lindgren , E. (eds) Computer Key-stroke Logging and Writing: Methods and Applications . Oxford : Elsevier

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Index; it is practically deleted. 20 Index has also <da 3 .lu 3 .oi> (214.312.347), but <oi> is a mistake for <er>. 21 Index has <da.313.er>. Observing the photo on p. 806 the glyph is written in cursive handwriting, and the strokes are not certain. (313

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way very similar to the letter u . Bowman and Thomas took into account, in the part dedicated to paleography, the different writings of the letter e and, illustrating a form which looks as a u , wrote: 15 “A more cursive form of e with the cross-stroke

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whirl dance emphasizes the up-stroke and an inner-leg twirl, which is the opposite of the traditional Hungarian couple’s dance stressing the up-stroke and outer-leg twirl. Similarities in stress and music metrics to those of the old Romanian învîrtită

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probably to be explained with the documentary nature of the text. Sic et Herodes rex […] propriae se manus ictu liberavit Similarly also king Herodes … freed himself with a stroke of his own hand (Greg. Tur. Franc . 1. 24, with explicit reference to

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320, CIL XIII 3662. 151–200 (here written DIRONA). 18 RICG I 75, CIL XIII 3909. 501–750. 19 MIKHAILOVA, T.: “A true stroke of good luck”: The Inscription # CIL XIII 3909 as a Monument of Gallo-Roman language and cultural contacts during the Late

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. Shapira , Dan D. Y. ( 2013 ): Review of: Volodimir Šabarovskij . 2013 . Karajimy na Volyni: Štryhy do portreta zahadkovoho narodu . Luc’k, PVD Tverdynja [Volodymyr Šabarovs’kyj. 2013 . Karaims in Wolhynia: Strokes to the portrait of an enigmatic

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late: 1 ribbed, 1 white; 2 densely incised, 1 broom-stroked) Fig. 12.6 ; Fig. 14.4 45 (5 medium-hard) 20 +2 SW ( Fig. 16.2 ) 4 III (3%) 2013.14.5. + 14.9. South of r. II/N, room with stone mortar, dark brown above clay surface (1994) + r. III

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a rather dissatisfied tone, entitled “Néhány szó Wagner R. érdekében” [A few words in the interest of R. Wagner]: The highly respected editor of Koszorú , expressed through his opinion in a few lines, his wishes to devastate in a stroke all the work

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Description and discussion of a Greek papyrus letter from 3rd-century BC Egypt. The format, the spelling mistakes, the thickness of the strokes and the ductus of the hand suggest that this Greek letter was written by a native Egyptian using an Egyptian rush pen.

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