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Grouping Signs

You can type adjacent signs with `-' , stack signs with `:', group signs with parenthesis, and use `*' to separate signs on the same level.

A few examples: \begin{hieroglyph}


you can type a `=' sign after a `-' or a `:' to indicate a grammatical ending. More important, a space, or any number of spaces, tabulations, or newlines, indicate a word endinggif I strongly recommend that you type the word-separation spaces. The package will then try to cut the lines at word-separations, which is nicer and easier to readgif.

Serge Rosmorduc
Tue Apr 11 14:51:55 MET DST 1995