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 \author{Tyler H. Cipriani\\
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   \texttt{tyler@tylercipriani.com}}
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     customers in bluegrass and banjo discussion groups in online communities.
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   \end{abstract}
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-  \section{Proposed Character: Category and Description}
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+  \section[Proposed Character: Category and Description]{Proposed Character:\\ Category and Description}
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     \begin{itemize}
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       \item \textbf{Category}: B.1-Specialized (small collection)
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       \item \textbf{Category}: Other Symbols (So)
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     \subsection{Description of Usage}
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       Glyph would be used in any place it would be appropriate to represent 
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-      banjo music or the invocation of what the idea of "banjo" represents.
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+      banjo music or the invocation of what the idea of ``banjo" represents.
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       This includes, but is not limited to, representing bluegrass music,
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       the earliest recorded popular music, early American music traditions, or
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       African music traditions (as this is the region from where the banjo is
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-  \section{Justifications; category and name}
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     \subsection{Name}
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     As glyph is a banjo, the name `BANJO' accurately represents, and is 
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     the accepted name for, that which is shown in the glyph.
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   \begin{thebibliography}{1}
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-    \bibitem{allen} Greg Allen {\em The Banjo's Roots, Reconsidered } \
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-      August 23, 2011: All Things Considered. NPR News.
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-      \url{http://www.npr.org/2011/08/23/139880625/the-banjos-roots-reconsidered}
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+    \bibitem{allen} Greg Allen {\em The Banjo's Roots, Reconsidered } \August 23, 2011: All Things Considered. NPR News. \url{http://www.npr.org/2011/08/23/139880625/the-banjos-roots-reconsidered}
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-    \bibitem{scherer} Markus Scherer {\em Proposal for Encoding Emoji Symbols } \
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-      March 5, 2009.
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-      \url{https://sites.google.com/site/unicodesymbols/Home/emoji-symbols/proposal-text}
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+    \bibitem{scherer} Markus Scherer {\em Proposal for Encoding Emoji Symbols } \March 5, 2009. \url{https://sites.google.com/site/unicodesymbols/Home/emoji-symbols/proposal-text}
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