How about "I'll" or "it's".
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> To: Marco Cimarosti
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> Subject: Re: FW: New version of TR29:
> Marco Cimarosti scripsit:
> > The issue is making the error window as narrow as possible. My
> assumption is
> > that is common words such as "c'", "d'", "j'", "l'", "n'",
> "qu'", "s'", "t'"
> > or "v'" are more common than edge cases like "prud'homme".
> How about this heuristic:
> Break after an apostrophe that is the second or third letter in the
> word. Do not break after apostrophes that come later. This neatly
> handles (I think) all the English, Italian, and Esperanto cases, and
> a good many of the French ones.
> John Cowan firstname.lastname@example.org www.reutershealth.com
> Consider the matter of Analytic Philosophy. Dennett and Bennett
> are well-known.
> Dennett rarely or never cites Bennett, so Bennett rarely or never
> cites Dennett.
> There is also one Dummett. By their works shall ye know them.
> However, just as
> no trinities have fourth persons (Zeppo Marx notwithstanding),
> Bummett is hardly
> known by his works. Indeed, Bummett does not exist. It is part
> of the function
> of this and other e-mail messages, therefore, to do what they can
> to create him.
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