Re: interesting SIL-document

From: John Cowan (
Date: Tue Feb 03 2004 - 07:36:27 EST

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    Peter Kirk scripsit:

    > "U+F25A LATIN SMALL LETTER HENG" is probably not intended as an h-ng
    > combination but as h with a hook, probably a glyph variant of F222.

    It represents the English phoneme "heng", which is realized as [h]
    syllable-initially and [U+014B] finally.

    "Clear?  Huh!  Why a four-year-old child        John Cowan
    could understand this report.  Run out
    and find me a four-year-old child.  I 
    can't make head or tail out of it."   
            --Rufus T. Firefly on government reports

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