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So you would be suggesting to use the lines as a way of saying repetition? Interesting.

I guess I could use that as a basis to write something like below to show the movement. If I were to remove the arrow, that would mean repetition without moving?



Adam

> On Aug 5, 2019, at 7:40 PM, Rubens Almeida <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> Hello Adam!
> Greetings signwriting list!
> Here in Brazil we are using some signwriting referring to the linguistic aspects of the plural marks in the Brazilian Sign Language.
> Teachers and researchers D├ębora Campos Wanderley and Marianne Rossi Stumpf published a scientific article, with the theme: Plural Marking in the Signwriting System: A Morphological Approach. In this article they explain the use of the ending of symbols (I) or (II):
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> Table 1. Representation of the plural
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> www.seer.ufal.br/index.php/revistaleitura/article/download/2686/2861. <http://www.seer.ufal.br/index.php/revistaleitura/article/download/2686/2861.>
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