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Expanding possibilities for people with vision loss  

August 2009 • Volume 103 Number 8

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Figure 2


Figure 2.


A braille illustration representing three children (dots 1, 2, and 3) playing a game of hide-and-seek with a bus driver (full cell).

The figure is an illustration of a series of braille cells as described in the figure caption. The braille cells are embossed four across and three down. The top row's four cells are as follows: two "children" cells, one "bus driver" cell, and one "child" cell. The middle row: one "child" cell, one "bus driver" cell, two "children" cells. The bottom row: three "children" cells and one "bus driver" cell.

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