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No 'p' of 'f' in an IE lang for 'father'?

On 1/2/07, Paul Bennett <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> My putative book has gone on hold temporarily, due to migrating to a new
> PC (a Christmas gift).
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> For the technologically-inclined:
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> Intel Core2 Duo E6300
> Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 with "Vista for $10" coupon
> 2GB Dual Channel DDR2-533
> 2 x PCI
> 1 x PCIe 1x
> 1 x PCIe 16x
> 320GB 7.2Krpm SATA hard drive
> 16x DVD+/-RW Drive
> 16x DVD-ROM Drive
> 13-in-1 Media Card Reader
> GeForce 7300LE with 128MB video RAM and up to 384MB of shared RAM
> 20" Widescreen 1680x1050 flatpanel
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> Aaaaanyway. As soon as I get Office 2007 Beta installed on the new PC,
> I'll jump back into The Dreaded Book. Thanks to those of you who replied.
> I'll have a Proof Of Concept PDF sent out as soon as I can to those that
> were interested.
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> If anyone else wants to eye the PoC and say either "Yeah, someone might
> buy that" or "DO NOT WANT!", you're welcome to add your name to the list.
> Just drop me an email...
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> ObConlang: Er. Not much. The Old 3B word for "father" might be ...
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> xvüse хвүсе خۆوسېيْ /xv)yse/ /xv͡yse/
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> ... and the Old 3B name for Dyaus Pāter might be ...
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> zörseňi зөрсеңи ورسېڭِييْ /z24seNi/ /zøɾseŋi/
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> Yes, it is an Indo-European language. Honestly. Bah.
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> Paul
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