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An impressive variety of data is accumulated to prove that F "has many distinctive features" and that these "point to one man." For example, the total of thirty-four single words enclosed in brackets ("swibs
") links F Othello with other Shakespeare texts thought to have been printed from Crane transcripts: there are none in Q Othello and very few in any of the Shakespearean "good quartos." Only two were added in Jaggard's Pavier reprints of 1619, probably at least partly the work of compositor B.
Further, the office envisions a link between the current system and a future imaging system as well as links between GDS and the statewide inventory of bridge structures (SWIBS
) to provide for easier information sharing.