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There are some diacritical marks in French and especially in German, but Eastern Europe beats these two by many lengths.
Write 10 words frequently mispronounced and indicate punctuation by use of diacritical marks and by syllabication.
Besides characters and symbols, they include characters with diacritical marks from different scripts (i.
This examrle demonstrates the script-dependent or writing -system dependent nature of rendering combining diacritical marks.
A number of minor issues detract from the overall quality of the book: diacritical marks are used inconsistently throughout the text (even among the names of mediators Ambassador Domicio da Gama [sic] of Brazil and Minister Eduardo Suarez Mujica of Chile), and the map of Mexico that highlights the State of Morelos seems an odd choice.
Finally, inexplicable are misplaced or missing diacritical marks in Slavic surnames such as Tomes (p.
This is followed by practical tips and information, a glossary of Sanskrit words though without any diacritical marks, and some suggestions for further reading.
Washington, Nov 19 (ANI): The first Islamic inscription, dating back to 1,300 years, may help solve a mystery about the Qur'an that has vexed historians for hundreds of years, namely the reason behind the text being seemingly written without diacritical marks.
The present paper aims to give a view on suffix nomenclature versus prefix nomenclature, to list mineral names with correct diacritical marks, and to correct mineral names consisting of two words or having superfluous hyphens and diacritical marks.
Furthermore, tone is reflected, in one way or another, in the orthography--in Chinese, in the choice of characters, and in Attic Greek, with diacritical marks.
As well as imposing all those diacritical marks on us and hiding the general reader's scant handful of familiar landmarks behind such forbidding corrections as "Malazgirt," Finkel even deprives us of those dimly remembered cognomens for the more egregious of the Sultans: Ibrahim the Mad, Selim the Grim ("known to posterity as 'Yavuz,' 'the Stern,'" Ms.
European countries use a 256-character set, which can accommodate Latin figures and diacritical marks in a variety of languages including French, German, Spanish, and Italian.