From: Mark E. Shoulson (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Feb 15 2005 - 18:54:26 CST
Peter Kirk wrote:
> And at least one Cyrillic language sometimes has cased apostrophes,
> differing only in height. You have also shown casing in an
> apostrophe-like letter used in Egyptian transliteration.
I recall (and can very possibly produce copies of) early books on
Volapük, back when the language had a letter ʻ for the /h/ phoneme ("h"
then having the sound /x/), and the books stated that in uppercase, the
ʻ was written bolder.
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