is the ease with which
symbols. In addition
language, it can also refer
or architecture, for example...
- users—such as internal numeric identifiers
in a database, illegibly encoded
details, and so on. Clean
- Press. ISBN 0-19-820765-4. Full text available
). French, Katherine. "Review of Orme's The Saints
of Cornwall". Retrieved...
use of narrative, generally
****aulting and often illegible
cinematography, confrontational subject
material, a treatment
- diligent, elect, election, elective, elector, eligibility, eligible, illegible
, ineligible, lectionary, lector, lecture, legend, legendary, legible,...
- mud, paper, or any other
tool that makes
any of the digits
and letters illegible
an administrative offense
in a fine. The current...
- was famous
calligraphy, and the younger
"drunk" monk Huaisu
who also excelled
at illegible cursive
to his valuing
"self-construction", specificity, and illegibility
King List, which originally included
his reign duration
but is illegible
due to damage. Cleopatra
of Egypt Ptolemaic
28 June 116 BC...
to Nietzsche. In 1876, Gast transcribed
the crabbed, nearly illegible handwriting
of Nietzsche's first
time with Richard Wagner