From: John Cowan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Sep 05 2004 - 12:27:56 CDT
The following links show L-shaped marks, apparently combining
characters, that indicate the change-of-pitch position in Japanese
words written in romaji. Are these novel characters, or can they
be identified with existing Unicode characters? Are they really
-- John Cowan email@example.com www.reutershealth.com www.ccil.org/~cowan 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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