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  • Performer: ⠠⠍⠜⠅⠀⠠⠞⠺⠁⠔
  • Title: ⠏⠥⠙⠙⠄⠝⠓⠂⠙⠀⠺⠊⠇⠎⠕⠝⠀⠯⠀⠘⠹⠀⠞⠺⠔⠎ = Pudd'nhead Wilson And Those Extraordinary Twins
  • Genre: Audio
  • Formats: MIDI AA MPC AU AIFF WAV VOX
  • Released: 1973
  • Style: Audiobook
  • MP3 album: 1989 mb
  • FLAC album: 1664 mb
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 774
⠠⠍⠜⠅⠀⠠⠞⠺⠁⠔ / ⠠⠇⠊⠧⠬⠌⠕⠝⠀⠠⠛⠊⠇⠃⠻⠞ - ⠏⠥⠙⠙⠄⠝⠓⠂⠙⠀⠺⠊⠇⠎⠕⠝⠀⠯⠀⠘⠹⠀⠞⠺⠔⠎ = Pudd'nhead Wilson And Those Extraordinary Twins download album

By permission of the trustees of the Estate of Samuel L. Clemens. Published by Harper and Brothers.

Label: The Library Of Congress ‎– RD 6119 Series: National Library Service For The Blind And Physically Handicapped – Type: 3 x Vinyl, 10", 8 ⅓ RPM, Album Country: US Date of released: 1973 Category: Non-Music Style: Audiobook. Musician: ⠠⠍⠜⠅⠀⠠⠞⠺⠁⠔. Album's title: ⠏⠥⠙⠙⠄⠝⠓⠂⠙⠀⠺⠊⠇⠎⠕⠝⠀⠯⠀⠘⠹⠀⠞⠺⠔⠎ Pudd'nhead Wilson And Those Extraordinary Twins.

Those multiletter groups are only valid in certain contexts, which this converter is not smart enough to understand. The multiletter group for "and" (dots 12346) is used for the ampersand symbol. Note that various punctuation characters have more than one meaning - dots 2356 "⠶" can mean double-quote (") or either square bracket ("") - but this decoder just picks one meaning all the time. If all you see are empty boxes, the fileformat. info list of fonts that support Braille may help. The output is fully cut-n-pastable text. ⠞⠎ ⠍⠁⠽ ⠕⠗ ⠍⠁⠽ ⠝⠕⠞ ⠎⠥⠏⠏⠕⠗⠞ ⠙⠊⠎⠏⠇⠁⠽⠊⠝⠛ ⠁⠇⠇ ⠕⠋ ⠞⠓⠑⠍. Braille multiletter alternates that might work. As a rule of thumb, you can't use multiletter codes if the letters for that are in different syllables within the word. When multiple multiletter codes are appropriate, the sequence producing the shortest output should be used. and (⠁⠝⠙) ➣ ⠯. er (⠑⠗) ➣ ⠻. ing (⠊⠝⠛) ➣ ⠬.

Most braille alphabets follow this assignment for the 26 letters of the basic Latin alphabet, or for the equivalents of those letters in a non-Latin script.

Braille ASCII (or more formally The North American Braille ASCII Code, also known as SimBraille) is a subset of the ASCII character set which uses 64 of the printable ASCII characters to represent all possible dot combinations in six-dot Braille. It was developed around 1969 and, despite originally being known as North American Braille ASCII, it is now used internationally.

Tracklist

Pages 1-120
A1 Untitled
B1 Untitled
Pages 121-243
C1 Untitled
D1 Untitled
Pages 244-295
E1 Untitled
F1 Untitled

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – American Printing House For The Blind – APH 118371
  • Published By – American Printing House For The Blind – APH 118372
  • Published By – American Printing House For The Blind – APH 118373
  • Copyright (c) – Century Company
  • Copyright (c) – Olivia L. Clemens
  • Published By – Harper Bros.

Notes

Original book version:
Copyright 1893-1894 by the Century Company in Century Magazine, 1894 and 1899 by Olivia L. Clemens.
By permission of the trustees of the Estate of Samuel L. Clemens. Published by Harper and Brothers.

This talking book record authorized under P.L. 89-522

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