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Filed under: Unicode (Computer character set) Filed under: Alphabet rhymes Filed under: English language -- Alphabet -- Juvenile literatureFiled under: Alphabets Filed under: Morse code -- Fiction Filed under: Aljamía Filed under: Grantha alphabet -- Study and teaching Filed under: Cherokee language -- AlphabetFiled under: Oriya language -- Alphabet Filed under: Sanskrit language -- India -- Tamil Nadu -- AlphabetFiled under: Telugu language -- AlphabetFiled under: Writing -- History

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Filed under: Picture-writing, Indian Filed under: Cave paintings -- France Filed under: Inscriptions, Greek -- Greece -- AthensFiled under: Inscriptions, Greek -- Greece -- AttikeFiled under: Inscriptions -- Tunisia Filed under: Architectural inscriptions -- Washington (D.C.)Filed under: Epitaphs Filed under: Epitaphs -- Great BritainFiled under: Inscriptions, Egyptian Filed under: Inscriptions, Greek -- PeriodicalsFiled under: Inscriptions, Latin Filed under: Inscriptions, Latin -- DictionariesFiled under: Inscriptions, Latin -- PeriodicalsFiled under: Inscriptions, Semitic Filed under: Seals (Numismatics) -- AncientFiled under: Seals (Numismatics) -- Byzantine EmpireFiled under: Seals (Numismatics) -- Great Britain Filed under: Seals (Numismatics) -- Middle East -- ExhibitionsFiled under: Signatures (Writing) Filed under: Copyists -- FictionFiled under: Paleography, GreekFiled under: Paleography, Musical Filed under: Writing

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