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Figure 1.


A braille illustration representing a road (line of dots 3 and 6), a school bus (six unspaced full cells), a parent (full cell), and a child (dots 1, 2, and 3).

The figure is an illustration of a series of braille cells as described in the figure caption. Five brailled "road" cells are followed by a space and six brailled "parent" cells, seven brailled "road" cells, a "parent" cell, and a "road" cell.

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