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- n. Alternative spelling of háček.
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- n. a diacritical mark (an inverted circumflex) placed above certain letters (such as the letter c) to indicate pronunciation
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Same character surrounds the word hacek in your post.
Does anybody not see the hacek in Lubo in this sentence?
When I switch to UTF-8 Unicode, everything looks fine, including the “hacek” above “s” in my first name as well as more complicated quotes etc., but it is not automatic.
Lubo, I suspect it may be a browser settings issue, as your name appears here in IE7 and in Firefox with the hacek above the “s” in your last name.
On page 90, Dvorak is printed with a hacek over the r.
Like they came up with the hacek solely so they could give letters angry eyebrows.