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The writer uses at least two types of w. One is the common Secretary Hand type and can be seen in the word weaver in line 2. The second is a curly w and can be seen in the word persewar in line 5. This second type of w- the curly form - is easily confused with the double-l, such as that used in the word bill in line 1.
In the test, most of the standard phrases of the court and all of the
abbreviated words have been transcribed for you, but there is more to
do than in the last test.
The document has been divided into 2 sections. Read the section shown
in the image and transcribe the word you think is missing from the text
below by typing in the appropriate blank space. The text will be red as
you type and will turn black when you have transcribed the word correctly.
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