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  1. Spanish Braille - Wikipedia

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    Spanish Braille is the braille alphabet of Spanish and Galician. It is very close to French Braille, with the addition of a letter for ñ, slight modification of the accented letters and some differences in punctuation. Further conventions have been unified by the Latin American Blind Union, but differences with Spain remain.

  2. Spanish Braille — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

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    Span­ish Braille is the braille al­pha­bet of Span­ish and Gali­cian. It is very close to French Braille, with the ad­di­tion of a let­ter for ñ, slight mod­i­fi­ca­tion of the ac­cented let­ters and some dif­fer­ences in punc­tu­a­tion.

  3. Braille - Wikipedia

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    Braille's solution was to use 6-dot cells and to assign a specific pattern to each letter of the alphabet. At first, Braille was a one-to-one transliteration of French orthography, but soon various abbreviations, contractions, and even logograms were developed, creating a system much more like shorthand.

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  5. Talk:Spanish Braille - Wikipedia

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    This article falls within the scope of WikiProject Writing systems, a WikiProject interested in improving the encyclopaedic coverage and content of articles relating to writing systems on Wikipedia. If you would like to help out, you are welcome to drop by the project page and/or leave a query at the project’s talk page .

  6. Wikizero - Spanish Braille

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    Spanish Braille is the braille alphabet of Spanish and Galician. It is very close to French Braille, with the addition of a letter for ñ, slight modification of the accented letters and some differences in punctuation. Further conventions have been unified by the Latin American Blind Union, but differences with Spain remain.

  7. Portuguese Braille - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Portuguese Braille is the braille alphabet of the Portuguese language, both in Portugal and in Brazil. It is very close to French Braille, with slight modification of the accented letters and some differences in punctuation.

  8. Louis Braille - Wikipedia

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    Louis Braille was born in Coupvray, a small town about twenty miles east of Paris, on 4 January 1809. He and his three elder siblings – Monique Catherine (b. 1793), Louis-Simon (b. 1795), and Marie Céline (b. 1797) – lived with their parents, Simon-René and Monique, on three hectares of land and vineyard in the countryside.

  9. German Braille - Wikipedia

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    German Braille is one of the older braille alphabets. The French-based order of the letter assignments was largely settled on with the 1878 convention that decided the standard for international braille. However, the assignments for German letters beyond the 26 of the basic Latin alphabet are mostly unrelated to French values.

  10. Spanish language - Wikipedia

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    Spanish (español (help · info) or castellano (help · info), lit. 'Castilian') is a Romance language that originated in the Iberian Peninsula of Europe. Today, it is a global language with nearly 500 million native speakers, mainly in Spain and the Americas.

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