Usage examples for braille

  1. We hope that the schools for the blind take care to know whether the Braille which they teach their pupils is a method of reading and writing which will be useful to them in life; whether the manual arts, such as caning chairs, the making of brushes and mattresses, are the best means which they can teach to the non- musicians whereby to gain their bread. – Mentally Defective Children by Alfred Binet Théodore Simon
  2. To help them there are nearly sixty ladies, who have mastered the Braille system and come daily to teach it. – With the French in France and Salonika by Richard Harding Davis
  3. I wish to also ask you to transmit the Guardian’ s grateful appreciation and thanks to Mr. Torii for his painstaking labours for the preparation of this new Braille publication on the Cause. – Japan Will Turn Ablaze! by Barbara R. Sims
  4. And, if he is already something of a musician,- as that huge grand piano, with no knick- knacks on it indicates,- he may begin that sort of thing at once, before he is ready to be worried with the Braille system, or any other method of instructing the blind. – The Rosary by Florence L. Barclay
  5. I directed the water almost wholly by the Braille system. – Life's Minor Collisions by Frances Warner Gertrude Warner
  6. I dictated a sentence to her, and as fast as I spoke she took it down on a machine in the Braille alphabet. – With the French in France and Salonika by Richard Harding Davis
  7. Some of them also were their instructors, and in order to teach them to read and write with their fingers had themselves learned the Braille alphabet. – With the French in France and Salonika by Richard Harding Davis
  8. She knew at this time the triangular Edinburgh in which the first books she possessed were printed, Moon, Braille the American, and several shorthand types. – Elizabeth Gilbert and Her Work for the Blind by Frances Martin
  9. Later, he asked for braille books, turning his sightless face toward her as he studied, trying to concentrate through the pain in his lung. – The Vertical City by Fannie Hurst
  10. " Braille Instruction- Book for the Blind," 4s. – The Esperantist, Complete by Various
  11. This time it was a new invention for writing Braille by hand. – Home Fires in France by Dorothy Canfield
  12. For several difficult months, against all the obstacles which made up everyday life in war- time France, I had been laboring to organize and get into shape a Braille printing establishment which would provide books for those most tragic of war- victims, the blind. – Home Fires in France by Dorothy Canfield
  13. Conversion will eventually be possible into still more formats, including Braille and voice. – Project Gutenberg (1971-2005) by Marie Lebert