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Hi Peter!
You're right about "П" and "Л".
As to "б", it's a matter of font. The form of "б" they used is just a handwriting version of the Russian "б". We use such handwriting style fonts in Russia. So it's perfectly okay.

Peter Harvey

Thank you. It's a long time since I had anything to do with Russian and it did occur to me later that it was the handwritten form of the Russian letter. But is it OK to put a handwritten letter form in a printed text?


I am not so familiar in others language but I am willing to learn. This is very useful because some jobs are requiring to have a knowledge or better know different languages.


That's interesting. But if the b is okay, shouldn't the T also be in handwritten lower case and thus look like an m?

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