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Related to alphabetic: alphabetic character, alphabetic language, Alphabetic writing system
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relating to or expressed by a writing system that uses an alphabet

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arranged in order according to the alphabet

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However, as this book reveals, and in contrast to what was assumed by previous studies on the Peruvian Andes, notably by Gary Urton and Frank Salomon (2004), the struggle between the presumed supremacy of the alphabetic forms of literacy and lingering impact of the khipus continued deep into the first half of the seventeenth century (93, 94).
In contrast, Devanagari has the properties of both alphabetic and syllabic scripts.
Also, all ICD-9 procedure code characters are numeric, whereas ICD-10-PCS code characters can each be alphabetic or numeric.
First-grade students in the three treatment schools made the most dramatic improvement in acquiring alphabetic principle skills.
It systematically builds skills such as alphabetic principle, phonemic awareness, phonics, word building, spelling and decoding.
Robinson's grandly illustrated history of literacy intrigues the curious mind with the quirks of alphabetic history.
Most aviators are familiar with the Automatic Terminal Information System (ATIS), but are you familiar with the technique of listening to ATIS just for the weather and the alphabetic identifier?
The ability to decode print is a critical step in alphabetic reading.
This comprehensive, alphabetic dictionary contains the standard definitions published in the ASTM terminology standards.
A child may also have trouble moving between screens because she cannot read alphabetic directions or icons.
1550-1650) saw the borrowing of a multitude of Spanish nouns, the spread of alphabetic writing in Mixtec, and increasingly noticeable change in native naming practices (the adoption of Spanish forms); and the later colonial period saw native language patterns themselves changing, but the wide survival of Mixtec use in the region.
While other low-cost TCUs have a single light to indicate an unspecified alarm condition, Conair's new controls display an alphabetic code.
The rider had initiated his treble when steering the P aul Nicholls-trained East Lawyer to an effortless victory in the beginners' chase after his closest rival Alphabetic came down two fences from home.
They've published in hardcover, paperback, and e-books; in large print editions and books-on-tape; in novels, graphic novels, comics, cartoons, photographs, and verse; in calendars, parenting guides, quizzes and coloring books, box kits, trading cards, handbooks, guidebooks, readers and lists, both alphabetic and ordered by rank.
Besides being in Portuguese, a large proportion of these written materials is multimodol in nature; that is, they contain a high degree of visual texts (mainly colored drawings) which accompany the written alphabetic texts, though the relationship between the alphabetic and the written may not always be clear.