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In writing and typography, a ligature occurs where two or more graphemes or letters are joined to form a single glyph. Examples are the characters æ and œ used in English and French, in which the letters 'a' and 'e' are joined for the first ligature and the letters 'o' and 'e' are joined for the second ligature. For stylistic and legibility reasons, 'f' and 'i' are often merged to create 'fi' (where the tittle on the 'i' merges with the hood of the 'f'); the same is true of 's' and 't' to create 'st'. The common ampersand (&) developed from a ligature in which the handwritten Latin letters 'e' and 't' (spelling et, Latin for 'and') were combined.

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  1. Jacob

    FIRST TIME HANDGUN PURCHASE/FFL TRANSFER

    Hey guys this is my first time posting, first time dealing with any FFL transfers and my first time actually BUYING a handgun. I recently bought a SIG p229 Legion RX from a gun store in TX. I had it shipped to a local Gun store in Las Vegas, NV. They recieved it 2 days ago and I lost my ID 4...
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