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Okay, this has been in planning for a long time.  Now, here goes:

Syntactically and semantically, this is nearly identical to Watya'i'sa.

Phonology:

Stops
p   t   c   k   q   '
b   d   j   g
Nasals
m   n   nh  n~
Affricates
pf  ts  cch kx  qqh
bv  dz  jjh ggh
Fricatives
f   s   ch  x   qh
v   z   jh  gh
Lat Fric
    l- (temporary transcription)
Approximate
w   r   y
    l   lh

Vowels
i      u
 e     o
 (e`   o`) - I'm not sure whether to retain these
   a"  a

Syllable:
C(apr)V(V)(N/F/Lat/r)
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