An open square bracket
separates the transcription from the location of copies, which are listed alphabetically.
The job of removing all the square brackets
from the text will probably be resumed early next year, with the goal of bringing something closer to a final draft back to another Conference of the Parties as soon as possible.
Translated from Afrikaans with my comments in square brackets
, Badenhorst wrote:
2 : one of a pair of marks [ ] (square brackets
) used to enclose letters or numbers or in mathematics to enclose items to be treated together
Thankfully, Das includes the signature references in square brackets
within the body of the text itself, so it is possible to cite from the edition.
THE square brackets
round the title show that it stands for Record.
It can be easily seen that the polynomial enclosed in the first square brackets
fits the curve y(x) satisfying the given data, which is the Newton's forward difference interpolation formula.
Especially helpful to those who wish to correlate the translation with the French text is that the original page numbers to the 1612 edition are given in square brackets
in the text.
But here's a site with a difference: [architecture and hygiene] (the square brackets
seem to be part of the name) at www.archilectureandhygiene.com.
Put it in square brackets
or highlight it in yellow.
Hengeveld and Mackenzie (Forthcoming) call these configurations of elements of equal importance EQUIPOLLENT, and square brackets
are used to represent them.
As Catherine Best describes at http://legalresearch.org/ docs/process13.html#Citation2, round and square brackets
have a very important difference in legal citation: "Round brackets are used if the reporter series is not organised by year.