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At 13:37 2.2.2004, Felix Ahlner wrote:

>Notes for the list,beginning on page 14:
>Längd = length (quality),
>Uttal = pronunciation,
>Betoning = stress,
>Betydelse = meaning.

Tack jag tror jag klarar mig för min del,
och Herman är en skrämmande polyglott person!

>Ortography is interesting ;)

Alldeles för mycket!

BTW it hit me that dieresis, (above or below)
is perhaps best used to indicate back/front
reversal, while a single dot is used for
'centralness', as in Americanist usage.

At 14:36 2.2.2004, John Cowan wrote:

>It's true that there's no precomposed ezh with acute, but EZH WITH CARON
>is at U+01EE (capital) and U+01EF (small), and is used in the orthography
>of Skolt Sami.

Thanks.  I missed it because it for some reason is in the middle
of the block.

/BP 8^)
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