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Missed one instance of 'k' in previous change: "keenly' -> 'geenly'
--gary

--- On Tue, 4/14/09, Benct Philip Jonsson <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> From: Benct Philip Jonsson <[log in to unmask]>
> 3. Phonology: loss of /h/
> Morphology: present perfect and past perfect (pluperfect)
> change into present/past with prefixed _a-_ (OK, only one
> instance,
> but creating a nice ambiguity with the indefinite
> article!)
> 
> New text:
> 
>  No one would abelieve in theyearen last of
> thecentury nineteenth that this world was being watched
> geenly and glosely by intelligencen kreater than man's
> and yet as mortal as is own; that as manen busied
> themselfen about their goncernen various they were
> sgrutinised and studied, peraps almost as narrowly as
> aman with amigrosgope might sgrutinise thegreaturen
> transient that swarm and multiply in adrop of water.
> With gomplacency infinite manen went to and fro over this
> klobe about their affairen little, serene in their
> assurance of their empire over matter.  It is
> possible
> that theinfusoria under themigroscope do thesame.  No
> one
> kave athought to theworlden older of space as sourcen of
> danger uman, or thought of them only to dismiss theidea
> of life upon them as impossible or improbable.  It is
> gurious to regall some of theabiten mental of those
> dayen departed .  At most manen terrestrial fancied
> there
> might be manen other upon Mars, peraps inferior to
> themselfen and ready to welgome anenterprise missionary.
> Yet agross thekulf of space, minden that are to our
> minden as ouren are to those of thebeasten that perish,
> intellegten vast and gool and unsympathetig, rekarded
> this earth with eyen envious, and slowly and surely drew
> their planen akainst us.  And early in thecentury
> twentieth game thedisillusionment kreat.
>