From Simon Online
- What do the abbreviations stand for?
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- What does "$" and "?" mean? A "$" stands for a single, illegible character. A question mark at the end of a word means that it was not possible to decipher the word. This could for instance be the case if it contains a very unusual abbreviation, or if the paper was damaged.
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- How do I truncate words? You can use the same wild cards. For instance, "vesica*" yields results for both "vesica" and "vesicam".
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