Gemowe Lines

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Equals Sign - History
... In his book Recorde explains his design of the "Gemowe lines" (meaning twin lines, from the Latin gemellus)...to auoide the tediouſe repetition of theſe ... is equal to", I will set (as I do often in work use) a pair of parallels (or Gemowe lines) of one length (thus =), because no two things can be more ...

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