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       it may or may not be in the character-map for the particular font
you're using  ;-)

       Now, ... Printing started back in Roman days ... then the Printing
press began with Gutenberg ...
          then ... then ... then ...
        Latin was the language of the Romans, thus these abbreviations stem
from that  ;-)

       BTW - for you young folks, Latin & Greek were taught to all students
... then a Romantic & a Germanic language (well, in the British & American

       nota when spelled out looks as if it starts with our modern-day u

From: Johan de Smidt <>
Date: Thu, Sep 11, 2014 at 2:07 AM
Subject: [libreoffice-users] How do I insert a thin space in Libre in

What is the keyboard shortcut for inserting a thin space in Windows?
Your website help isn't much help. Eventually found your suggestion, using
Google, to use U+2009.
What does "U" stand for? The usual keys don't work.

Kind regards
Johan de Smidt

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