From: E. Keown (email@example.com)
Date: Thu May 13 2004 - 14:36:13 CDT
> In addition, it's important to always remember that
> "collation" is a cover term for both sorting *and*
> searching. Collating Hebrew with "Phoenician" at the
> first level means that a search using Hebrew
> letters will find "Phoenician" text as well.
The truth is that in about 1200 B.C., 'Hebrew' was
almost the same as 'Moabite' and 'Ammonite' and
'Amorite.' Probably the differences were parallel to
those between British English, Australian English,
Hong Kong English, and American English.
Maybe 'Phoenician' was a little further away
linguistically---as far as 'Scottish English'? Or
possibly 'Indian English' or 'Pakistani English'?
For that level of difference, interleaving makes
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