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vispeech – Using Bell's Visible Speech alphabet

The Vis­i­ble Speech is a pho­netic al­pha­bet in­vented by Alexan­der Melville Bell (fa­ther of Alexan­der Gra­ham Bell). Bell was a teacher of the deaf, and this al­pha­bet was in­tended as an aid to teach­ing the deaf how to pro­nounce words, by re­duc­ing sounds to a sup­pos­edly un­am­bigu­ous rep­re­sen­ta­tion.

The bun­dle con­tains fonts (as source), macros for their use, and some de­scrip­tive doc­u­ments (as Plain ).

Sources /language/vispeech
Ver­sion 1994-03-14
Li­cense Un­known Sta­tus, No In­for­ma­tion Avail­able
Main­tainer Mark Shoul­son
Topics fonts them­selves
fonts dis­tributed as source
fonts with spe­cific small ap­pli­ca­tion ar­eas

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