Ar 03:01 -0800 2000-06-27, scríobh Torsten Mohrin:
>Herman Ranes <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>In biology U+2640 is used as a 'female' symbol, and U+2642 as a 'male'
>>symbol, as reflected by their UNICODE names...
>In particular in botany and zoology also a symbol for hermaphroditic
>animals (e.g. snails) and plants is used. It is a combination of
>U+2640 and U+2642 (with only one circle). Maybe this is a canditate
>for inclusion into Unicode.
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