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(Adjective) A group of languages or scripts that use non-Roman characters. Taken from the first letter of Japanese, Arabic, Chinese, Korean, Persian, Hebrew, and Yiddish.
Usage: The Library of Congress Online Catalog enables users to search, view, and print using non-Roman (Unicode) characters in the JACKPHY languages and scripts (Japanese, Arabic, Chinese, Korean, Persian, Hebrew and Yiddish).

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