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From: caeruleancentaur <
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Sent: Tuesday, October 12, 2004 2:08 PM
Subject: Fwd: Re: Senyecan Orth. & Phon .

> <<OK... expect most people to read it as /y/ though.  ;-)>>
>
> In the original study I use an epsilon; easy to write, a tiny
> backward 3.  I had originally used e diaresis (as in Albanian), &
> would have used it here, but I can't make it!!!  I can make  &
>  &
> , but not the e or the o.  What is that all about?  I'm using Alt
> with the 3-digit ASCII numbers.  Hmmmm, now that I think about it,
> maybe  would be subject to less misunderstanding.

 I have an easy time with them -- using Microsoft Wordpad...   .