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DEFINITION: The Dvorak (pronounced duh-VOR-ak, not like the Czech composer) keyboard is a typewriter key arrangement that was designed to be easier to learn and use than the standard QWERTY keyboard. The QWERTY system was developed originally as a way to reduce the number of times that the mechanical keys would interfere with each other. The Dvorak keyboard, on the other hand, was designed from the typist's  … 

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