Michael Everson scripsit:
> I don't think it is considered a "d" in either American or English
> proofreading, even though it means "delete". It's most often just scrawled
> as a loop.
On the contrary. I was taught in my university class on copy editing
that it was a stylized "d", and (as I said before) the loop was important
to distinguish deletion from underlining.
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