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On Thu, Jul 17, 2003 at 11:00:59AM -0700, JS Bangs wrote:
> Although I particularly think that an LOUS is a language known for some
> unusual feature, but which most people don't know anything about *except*
> that it has that feature. E.g. Georgian's consonant clusters, those three
> OSV languages, Berber's syllabic stops, the "monster raving loony
> language", etc.

Only three OSV languages?   Hm.  How many OVS?  And would they also
qualify as Lodents of Unusual Size . . . er, I mean, Languages of Unusual
Structure?

-Mark