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Visible Speech - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Visible Speech. Type, Alphabet. Spoken languages ? Created by, Alexander Melville Bell. Time period, 1867 to the present. Parent systems, artificial script ...
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Visible Speech. Visible Speech is a phonetic alphabet invented by Alexander Melville Bell. You might have heard of his son, Alexander Graham Bell, ...
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conscript Unicode Registry
Visible Speech: U+E780 - U+E7FF. Proposal 1996-12-09; revision 1997-01-21. Visible Speech is a phonetic alphabet invented by Alexander Melville Bell (you ...
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Abecedaria: Bell's Visible Speech
A blog about keyboarding in diverse scripts, literacy and digital literacy, and random quotes selected from the history of writing system theory. ...
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Visible Speech / Physiological Alphabet
Visible Speech, invented by Alexander Melville Bell in 1867, can be used to transcribe the sounds of any language
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Visible Speech (work by Alexander Melville Bell) -- Britannica ...
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A New Language: Visible Speech (Reason): American Treasures of the ...
American Treasures of the Library of Congress: Reason ( A New Language: Visible Speech)
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visible speech: Definition and Much More from Answers.com
visible speech n. A system of phonetic notation used as an aid for teaching speech to hearing-impaired people and consisting of diagrams of the organs
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Visible Speech Unicode Fonts
Introduction. Visible Speech is not part of the Unicode Standard. However the conscript Unicode Registry (CSUR) has defined a range of the Unicode Private ...
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Judy Duchan's Short History of Speech Pathology
Alexander Melville Bell. 1819-1905. Alexander Melville Bell Alexander Melville Bell was born at Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1819. ...
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