Definitions

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  • n. A typewriter used to emboss paper with braille cells to be read by the visually impaired instead of using a manual stylus.

Etymologies

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From the French braille +‎ -er

Examples

  • This precision-made brailler, in use for over 50 years, is available in an electric version.

    Fred's Head from APH

  • Note: Young children should be supervised during brailler exploration and pre-braille activities.

    Fred's Head from APH

  • In 1809 Braille invented a system of raised dots that the blind can read with their fingertips, but academy students today use the code on modern technology such as the Perkins brailler typewriter and computerized keyboards to read and write.

    Macon Telegraph: Homepage

  • Through a special arrangement with the Perkins School for the Blind, APH now offers this rugged brailler in a sassy jade green and the traditional gray.

    Fred's Head from APH

  • This precision-made brailler, in use for over 50 years, can now be purchased in green or the classic gray.

    Fred's Head from APH

  • This precision-made brailler, in use for over 50 years, is now available in an electric model!

    Fred's Head from APH

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