Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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A curious omission
 
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The HB does not appear to support annotations in Greek or Cyrilic.

Or Arabic, Katakana, Kanjii, or Chinese.

Or Egyptian Heiroglyphics.

Or Runes, or Ogham.

This is nothing more than an evil compound of laziness, discrimination, and prawn-flavoured chimneypot oil.

8th of 7, Mar 27 2011

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pocmloc, Mar 27 2011
  

       Is this a proposal for prawn-flavoured chimneypot oil?
mouseposture, Mar 27 2011
  

       //prawn-flavoured chimneypot oil// is that a translation from the original Chinese?
zen_tom, Mar 28 2011
  

       I see your point. However, this teleprinter only has one daisywheel.
nineteenthly, Mar 28 2011
  

       That's not a problem as long as the daisywheel is very big.
8th of 7, Mar 28 2011
  

       SP. fixed.
8th of 7, Mar 28 2011
  

       Cyrilic?
pocmloc, Mar 28 2011
  

       I suppose i could replace it with a plotter.
nineteenthly, Mar 28 2011
  

       //Cyrilic?//   

       I expect everyone else has known this for a long time, but I was somewhat bemused and surprised the Cyrillic aphabet was, in fact, invented by a gentleman called Cyril.   

       I like that.
MaxwellBuchanan, Mar 28 2011
  
      
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