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At 07:31 29.1.2004, Herman Miller wrote:

>On the other hand, the Latin alphabet doesn't have nearly enough vowels,
>and the IPA symbols for retroflex sounds are convenient. So it's possible
>that a mixed system of mostly Latin letters with some IPA might be a good
>compromise.

And cool to boot!  Why not?  It is essentially the same as some
African languages do.

/BP 8^)
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