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I've been reading Stephen Baxter's "Evolution", and in his Ch 2, he introduces
the ornitholestes-who-can-talk.

The language is described as such:
	"Hunting carnivores were accustomed to working silently.  So their language
was a composite of soft clicks, hand signals and a ducking body posture - no
facial expressions, for the faces of these orniths were as rigid as any
dinosaurs."

I was just wondering if anyone's done any work on this sort of language
system?

Thanks
--
Wesley Parish
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Clinersterton beademung - in all of love.  RIP James Blish
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Mau e ki, "He aha te mea nui?"
You ask, "What is the most important thing?"
Maku e ki, "He tangata, he tangata, he tangata."
I reply, "It is people, it is people, it is people."