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    Bama Braille

    This isn't a formal proof (under the boxed Laws), but the spacing between Let, Thus, so and the logs are throwing me. Do I need to do anything special because of the way they're displayed in print?

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    Lindy Walton

    This is a nice puzzle, isn't it?

    The spacing of the items means that you should format the expressions as displayed material (because the items are "set apart from the body of the text" in print). NC Sec.188a.

    The sample you sent is on text page 359. Is this the first time you have encountered this layout? If you are sharing the project with other transcribers, you need to be consistent in treatment.

    Bama Braille

    This is the first time for this layout, but I see more coming up. Thanks, Lindy!

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