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Synonyms for Braille

French educator who lost his sight at the age of three and who invented a system of writing and printing for sightless people (1809-1852)

a point system of writing in which patterns of raised dots represent letters and numerals

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transcribe in braille

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The gala brings together leaders from the community who are committed to NBP's mission of promoting braille literacy for blind and visually impaired children.
0 also introduces Intelligent Proofreading that helps to eliminate false positives by more than 50% by applying logic to identify different elements of the artwork including: Text, artwork, barcode, Braille, background and dielines.
The vision rehabilitation therapist is typically the instructor of braille for adult learners (Giesen, Cavenaugh, & Johnson 1998).
The charitable organisation named Ibsar will soon undertake the mission to distribute braille copies of the Quran starting from Makkah, where it will be distributed to registered blind people who can read braille, according to the Al Sharq Al Awsat newspaper.
Braille is used mainly by people who are blind, deafblind or visually impaired.
Theologically speaking, the transcription of the Book of Praise into braille demonstrates that the denomination takes seriously the issue of inclusion.
When he joined the braille program, Tucker knew nothing about braille and doubted his ability to decipher this complex communication code made up of six-dot braille cells.
For years, the industry has been producing Braille on packaging, with billions of units being processed through the European supply chain; however, few have been subjected to any form of authentication in terms of layout, style, spacing, punctuation, content and, more significantly, Braille height.
American Popular Piano Repertoire Braille Edition--Prima Vista Braille Music Services, by Christopher Norton and edited by Scott McBride Smith.
STUDENTS at the Queen Alexandra College for the blind in Harborne will be celebrating the 200th birthday of the inventor of Braille next month.
BRAILLE has been the lifeline for millions of blind and partially sighted people for almost 200 years.
REBUS author Ian Rankin yesterday joined a campaign to make more braille books available to the blind.
Author Ian Rankin in Flesh market Close, Edinburgh, where a Braille passage from his Inspector Rebus novel of the same name was pinned to the walls to mark National Braille Week.
CRIME writer Ian Rankin has launched an appeal to protect the UK's leading Braille printing press.