In message <199910281107.EAA03429@unicode.org> you recently said:
> Ar 15:46 -0700 1999-10-27, scríobh Timothy Partridge:
> >Ancient Egyptian poses several similar problems as I'm sure you're aware.
> I proposed beginning and ending cartouches like (parentheses), not a single
> overlay like the keycap symbol.
My comment was referring to the two Tibetian characters which are "used
together forming a roof over one or more digits" (p 6-59). To my mind that
is not very far from joining together above and below to form a cartouche.
-- Tim Partridge. Any opinions expressed are mine only and not those of my employer
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