4.3a With punctuation and composition signs.

These contractions are not brailled together if any punctuation or composition signs occur between them. Therefore, when two or more of these words are initially or fully capitalized and follow one another in titles, headings, or other such material, they are not joined—and the appropriate capital sign is placed before each of the words. Examples:

MUSIC FOR A FLUTE AND A HORN

Tom and The Dog

Dave looks and (with a smile) waves.