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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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Scholars have also generally assumed for over 150 years that the oldest alphabetic script, which Petrovich studied, could be based on any of a group of ancient Semitic languages.
At the 5-letter level it is possible to produce alphabetic insertions in various ways.
The Department of Education funds allowed Hadley to hire Thomas Kenemore of Chicago State University to conduct focus groups and telephone interviews with the goal of creating three surveys designed to collect data from alphabetic and contracted braille students at course registration, upon course completion, and at six months following completion (Kenemore, 2010).
As Palmeri describes it, he seeks in his book to "recover how compositionists from the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s studied and taught alphabetic writing as an embodied multimodal process that shares affinities with other forms of composing (visual, aural, spatial, gestural)" (p.
Anyone deemed to have contributed to their health problems due to ageing, smoking, drinking etc, will be removed from the alphabetic ration list and placed in a monthly draw.
The vernacular literatures of Ugarit and Israel may have been purely alphabetic, but so was Latin throughout its career as a dead language of learning.
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).
The program teaches reading and spelling through multisensory lessons with a strong emphasis on phonemic awareness and alphabetic code knowledge.
Reading English -- and other alphabetic languages -- involves activation of areas in the left hemisphere of the brain.
Its update covers 40 new drug monographs, adds new appendix updates on compatibility and diagnostic aids, surveys 4800 medications in an alphabetic arrangement by both generic and brand name, and is packed with keys and guidelines for nurse practitioners and clinical reference.
Using an alphabetic approach, "Lights On Broadway: A Theatrical Tour From A To Z" by children's author Harriet Ziefert and Tony Award winning actor Brian Stokes Mitchell, provides young readers with an informed and informative introduction and overview of what goes on 'behind the scenes' of a theatre production.
In ICD-9 codes, the first character can be alphabetic or numeric, but in ICD-10, the first character is always alphabetic.
Also, all ICD-9 procedure code characters are numeric, whereas ICD-10-PCS code characters can each be alphabetic or numeric.
Over coloured 500 pages, in French language, among about 40 devoted to advertising, 2009 edition has shortlisted some 13,000 companies "arranged by alphabetic index and original classification," in accordance with companies' realms.
A few gleanings: Jerusalem was unwalled and unfortified between the 16th to 8th centuries; the Albright thesis of a unified conquest has been abandoned by mainstream scholarship; the spread of alphabetic writing did not antedate the.