Re: Phoenician

Date: Fri May 07 2004 - 14:46:02 CDT

Jony Rosenne scripsit:

> A possible strong negative argument would be if having it would cause
> problems for those who do not think they need it. For example, if it would
> make searching more difficult. This argument has been raised, but I am not
> convinced the possible difficulties are significant.

This could be solved by making Phoenician and Hebrew base characters equivalent
at the first level of collation.

At the end of the Metatarsal Age, the dinosaurs         John Cowan
abruptly vanished. The theory that a single   
catastrophic event may have been responsible  
has been strengthened by the recent discovery of
a worldwide layer of whipped cream marking the
Creosote-Tutelary boundary.             --Science Made Stupid

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