The Shavian block is a block of the Unicode standard that contains characters used to write the Shavian alphabet, a writing system developed by the English linguist and philosopher, George Bernard Shaw, in the 20th century. The Shavian alphabet is an alphabet, with each letter representing a specific sound in the English language. This block contains all the letters needed to write Shavian text, as well as a number of punctuation marks and other symbols. The Shavian block is often used in conjunction with other Unicode blocks to represent Shavian text in digital form.
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