Saturday, October 16, 2021, 5:13 PM
Site: UEBOT
Course: UEBOT (UEBOT)
Glossary: UEB Rulebook
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#### 10.6.8

Use the lower groupsign for "en" or "in" wherever the letters it represents occur unless other rules limit its use.

#### 10.6.9

To prevent it from being misread as "enough", do not use the lower groupsign for "en" when the letters "en" are "standing alone". Refer to: Section 2.6, Terminology and General Rules, for the definition of "standing alone".

#### 10.7.1

Use the initial-letter contraction as a wordsign and wherever the letters it represents occur; except for the specific provisions given below; and unless other rules limit its use.

#### 10.7.2

Use the initial-letter contraction for "upon", "these", "those", "whose" or "there" when its meaning as a whole word is retained.

#### 10.7.3

Use the initial-letter contraction for "had" when the "a" is short, unless other rules limit its use.

#### 10.7.4

Use the initial-letter contraction for "ever" when the stress is on the first "e" and when the letters are not preceded by "e" or "i".

#### 10.7.5

Use the initial-letter contraction for "here" or "name" when the letters it represents are pronounced as one syllable unless other rules limit its use.

#### 10.7.6

Use the initial-letter contraction for "one" when the letters it represents are pronounced as one syllable, or are in a word ending with the letters "oney", or are in the words "honest" or "monetary" and their derivatives. However, do not use the contraction when the letters "one" are preceded by the letter "o" or when other rules limit its use.

#### 10.7.7

Use the initial-letter contraction for "some" when the letters it represents form a syllable of the basic word.

#### 10.7.8

Use the initial-letter contraction for "time" when the letters it represents are pronounced the same as the word "time"