TranslingualEdit

The letter O in Morse code.

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  1. Visual rendering of Morse code for O. (Latin)
  2. Visual rendering of Morse code for О. (Cyrillic)

Punctuation markEdit

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  1. Alternative form of (em dash).
    • 1880 October 5, The Memphis Daily Appeal, volume XXXIX, number 236 (in English), Memphis, Tenn., page 1:
      VOL. XXXIX---NO. 236
    • 1881 January 6, [William Temple] Hornaday, The Weekly Bulletin, volume IV, number 34 (whole 190) (in English), Sterling, Kan., column 5:
      The Orang-Outang---An Account of the Almost Human Inhabitants of Borneo.
    • 1934 July, “Agar-Agar”, in The Drug and Cosmetic Industry, volume XXXV, number 1 (in English), Pittsfield, Mass.: Drug Markets, Inc., page 21:
      A product of interesting origin and interesting production methods is agar-agar---so widely used in the products of this industry.
    • 1967, “Report selection aids: Pinpointing R & D reports for industry”, in General Report on the Economics of the Peaceful Uses of Underground Nuclear Explosions (in English):
      FAST ANNOUNCEMENT SERVICE---summaries of selected r&d reports compiled and mailed by subject categories.

See alsoEdit


GreekEdit

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  1. Visual rendering of Morse code for Ο.

HebrewEdit

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  1. Visual rendering of Morse code for ה.

JapaneseEdit

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  1. Visual rendering of Morse code for .

ThaiEdit

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  1. Visual rendering of Morse code for .