I somehow agree with Michael in this case. The reason for the need is
exactly the same as the reason behind a greek letter Omicron.
On Fri, 21 Jan 2000, Michael Everson wrote:
> >Only if you are a strict scriptist. Otherwise, those are encoded in Latin1,
> They are NOT encoded in the Universal Character Set, Mark, and we have gone
> over this again and again with the same arguments. Multiscript unilingual
> data in Kurdish cannot be correctly processed making Latin Q and W do
> double duty in two different scripts, the unification was bogus, and we
> need to add the two characters to the UCS.
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