Anniversary: phrasing

Chuck,
Is there an outline length difference in: is-not, in-his, or soon?  In the 5k MUSF 60. BFFCW soon is outline like                                                      
                                                                          
whereas in GSAE 45.RADP is says “all isnot well.”  There its outline looks like this
 kind of . 
On page 27 of Gregg Speed Studies Anniversary Edition “in-his” looks like .
Is there a size difference?
-Mike

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  1. No, there is no size difference whatsoever.  The important thing about writing this combination is to do it in one pen motion, avoiding the sharp angle between the s and the n.  The joining of the consonants should look somewhat rounded.  Sharp angles decrease speed and are only necessary in few words (for example: keep vs complete).

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