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Thank you very much!

Most of the features are inspired (at least in part) from subjects that have
cropped up on this list.  The language started off as a case system, modelled
loosely on Elamite, to which some simple directionals and a much more complex
and (from what I read recently) possibly pidgin-like pronoun system.

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Dans un courrier dat=E9 du 13/09/99 19:47:44  , Paul a =E9crit :

> Here is an up-to-date sketch of a foetal conlang (work in progress, n=
ot a
> for
>  zygotes!) that I've been monkeying around with for a while on and of=
>  Please post any and all comments, especially as regards my horrendou=
s and
>  probably inconsistent terminology.

i feel like you captured the essential concepts of speech (essential
aspects, attributive links, discourse markers, etc.). detailing "usual =
from "item one produces" etc. shows you have earnestly introspected
the most important features of language for a long time with humble hea=
beyond conventional and sterile categories. it is no common navelistic
but a very wise and admirably structured conlang.
BTW did you ever read an inuktitut grammar ?