mirror writing


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mirror writing

n
backward writing that forms a mirror image of normal writing
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The Puzzles and Illusions exhibition will boggle visitors' minds as they try their hands at mirror writing or pyramid building, whilst a specialist LEGO exhibition on July 28 will inspire young and old alike.
Which artist famously wrote his notes in Mirror Writing? 6.
The diagram and notes (in mirror writing) explain that where the light falls at right angles on the face, the face will be most strongly illuminated; where it falls at a shallow angle, the face will be less strongly lit; and where no light is received, under the nose and chin, the surface will be completely dark.
The secrets of a mysterious 2,000-year-old papyrus have finally been revealed after years of research to solve the riddle of the strange document. The strange artifact, which has mirror writing on both sides, has been in the possession of the University of Basel in Switzerland since the 16th century.
This article presents an original tool whose purpose is to help dyslexic children in the face of the problem of mirror writing.
if I kick the bucket today, I can see the Mirror writing, 'Oh, the other one has kicked the bucket now.
On we go through Shakespeare's folio editions, Jane Austen, the Brothers Grimm, Dickens and Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes--but not just novels, there are Leonardo da Vinci's scientific notebooks, (some of them in mirror writing), gruesome old medical textbooks, Darwin's discoveries, newspapers from the very early days without any pictures but fascinating adverts, and Handel's score for his Water Music.