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**To**:*Thierry Bouche <Thierry.Bouche@ujf-grenoble.fr>, math-font-discuss@cogs.susx.ac.uk***Subject**:**Re: Binary Relations, draft 1****From**:*"Y&Y, Inc." <support@yandy.com>***Date**: Thu, 19 Nov 1998 20:28:29 -0500**Cc**:*michel.bovani@wanadoo.fr*- Content-Length: 551

Just to confuse the lower case <-> upper case, upright <-> slanted, variable <-> constant, single letter <-> multi letter soup some more, note that often vectors are written with upright bold letters. Particularly in engineering and some applied math. This usually trips up plain TeX users when they get to a vector commonly used to denote angular velocity namely a bold omega. Until they find CMMIB. They are then so happy, that the slant does not bother them any. Regards. Berthold. Y&Y, Inc. mailto:support@YandY.com http://www.YandY.com

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