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Русский: Под титлом пишутся следующия слова
English: Words abbreviated and written under titla in the Church Slavonic Language.
Source My scanning from of page 21 of a *non-copyrighted* book, Грамматика Церковно-Славянскаго Языка (Grammar of the Church Slavonic Language), by Fr. Alypy Gamanovich, (1964, 1984), Printing shop of St. Job of Pochaev, Holy Trinity Monastery , Jordanville, NY
Author Scanned text (*not copyrighted*): Fr. Alypy Gamanovich
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The Most Rev. Archbishop Alypy
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