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  • n. Plural form of glyph.


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  • It should have the following files in it: metadata0000. dat - metadata info other0000. dat - information used to create a style sheet dict0000. dat - dictionary of words used to build page descriptions page - directory filled with page*. dat files glyphs - directory filled with glyphs*. dat files


  • This led to the recognition of birth and death glyphs, the name glyphs of the rulers, parentage information, the capture of enemies, and other aspects of Mayan lives.


  • Protector one: There is, they're called glyphs, and they're part of regular fonts, but not too many programs support them...

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  • So in a sense, UFOs (to the extent they may be due to military experimentation with crossed laser/maser beams) actually ARE connected with crop circles (aka glyphs) -- just not in the way that more naive types (think the movie "Signs") have suggested.

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  • Moreover, computer-control of the beams (as you suggest in the context of "mysterious lights" in the sky) would also enable them to "write" in the medium of a crop field very complex mathematical patterns of the type some circles (more properly called glyphs, as Mac has pointed out) exhibit.

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  • Many of the glyphs are the same as those on pages 2 to 11, reversed right for left.

    Commentary Upon the Maya-Tzental Perez Codex with a Concluding Note Upon the Linguistic Problem of the Maya Glyphs

  • This specification does not include, imply nor assume any particular usage of the PUA; it merely permits to name glyphs such that the restored character strings include PUA code points.

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  • Not too far down my pick of the glyphs is the pilcrow, if only for the name alone.


  • One of these rules basically says, "The font will be marked as monospaced only if all the glyphs are the same width".

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  • Mayan hieroglyphs -- known as "glyphs," and deciphered only over the past four decades -- identify the submissive figure as a lord who has ruled for eight years.

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