Not so fast! You know, it might be a good idea to scan the entire print page and send that, so I could get some context here. As I look at adversario in the last line, could that be the entry word used in that sentence? If so, I would keep that emphasis. That's the sort of thing the rule refers to. You can just use 46 italics for that emphasis. There, the word WITHIN the sentence is emphasized and this is shown in braille.
Does that help?