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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbraillebraille /breɪl/ noun [uncountable]  TCNMIa form of printing for blind people, with raised parts that they can read by touching the paper with their fingers
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brailleThe lines of the images stand out from the high quality Montval paper and are accompanied by a braille text.A braille option is also supplied and is easily fitted if required.Previous evidence has shown that fluent braille involves a number of subsidiary perceptual, cognitive and manual skills.The weights are marked in braille with irregular bumps that to the uninformed would appear to be defects.As the letter was in braille it was never broadcast.The braille workshop in Gloucester prison is designed to rehabilitate inmates, as well as helping blind and partially sighted children.
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