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>By the way, here's another neat use for <x> I've had in some of my sketches,
>for good languages with both alveolar and postalvelor affricates:
>
><c x s z> /ts dz s z/
>
>Then digraphs can be formed with /h/ or /j/:
>
> <ch xh sh zh> /tS dZ S Z/
>
>Or you could mark the four with caron, of course, if digraphs are not
>desired.

ANADEW*: Albanian does just that, except with randomly <> rather than <ch>
for /tS/!
(Turkish influence?)

(*for anyone new in the audience, that's short for "A Natlang's Alreddy
Dunnit Except Worse")

John Vertical