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A reference mark (‡) used in printing and writing. Also called diesis.
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(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a character (‡) used in printing to indicate a cross reference, esp to a footnote. Also called: diesis or double obelisk
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a mark (‡) used for references, as for footnotes.
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