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Welcome to... A Game of X’s and O’s
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1 Paragraph headings are words at the beginning of a paragraph—printed in full capitals or in a typeface different from the continuing text—that serve to ____ the important issue of the paragraph.
1 highlight 17.1c Home
2 The Library of Congress and many other agencies require that the title of the book (or a portion of it) be placed at the top of the page as a ____ heading for convenience in collating braille books.
2 Running 17.1d
3 True or False: When required, the running head must appear consistently on all braille pages of the transcription with two exceptions.
3 True 17.1d
4 True or False: Paragraph headings are not emphasized in braille and print capitalization is followed.
4 False, are emphasized 17.1c
5 True or False: Like a centered heading, when a cell-5 heading starts a new braille page, a blank line is left between it and the running head.
5 True 17.1b
6 True or False: The fully capitalized title, rather than a portion of it, is used: (1) on the title page and (2) on the first page of text in each volume.
6 True 17.1d
7 When, in print, a dash follows a reference marker, in braille a ____ is left between the two.
7 space 17.3
8 Do not confuse paragraph headings with purely stylistic letters at the beginning of a chapter or unit, which are not ____ in braille.
8 italicized 17.1c
9 When condensing Biblical quotations, do not divide these chapter and verse numbers between braille lines. Print colons and commas are ____.