Japanese pitch accent representations

From: John Cowan (jcowan@reutershealth.com)
Date: Sun Sep 05 2004 - 12:27:56 CDT

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    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



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