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I've looked, but Google keeps interpreting "bis" as German(?)
Example:

|----------------|-------|-----------------------|-------|  
|-------7-----7--|-------|--------------7-----7--|-------|  
|-------8-----8--|--bis--|--------------7-----7--|--bis--|    
|----7-----7-----|-------|-----------6-----6-----|-------|  
|----------------|-------|-----------------------|-------|  
|--7-------------|-------|---------0-------------|-------|
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"bis" is just Latin for "twice", it's a pretty common expression in romance language countries, not so much in other ones, I guess. I had never seen it in tablatures before, but I suppose the meaning should be to repeat the previous segment.

  • I kinda guessed that, as I know the piece, but was frustrated that I couldn't find any reference to it anywhere. Also, I don't speak Latin. :) – Chowzen Apr 16 '16 at 0:29
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    In fact, our word biscuit has the Latin meaning of "twice cooked." :) – BobRodes Apr 16 '16 at 4:00

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