Terminal Sign Rules
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Terminal signs are used at the end of a word.
The signs for ward, ous, ve, te and ge can be followed by the contractions for ness or ment or a single sign necessary for completing a word.
The signs for ge and te must not be used when they could reasonably be mistaken for punctuation marks.
The sign for ce and cy must not be used at the end of a braille line or where they might be confused with a hyphen or part of a dash.
If a word is divided between lines before a terminal sign, the terminal sign must not be used at the beginning of the next line.
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