From: Cary Karp (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Nov 17 2005 - 03:04:37 CST
Quoting Mark E. Shoulson:
>> Not apostrophe and quotation mark, I take it.
> No, U+05F3 and U+05F4 ... you can't spell some (foreign-loaned)
> Modern Hebrew words without U+05F3, and U+05F4 is necessary for
> abbreviations, even those which are treated as verbs
Several other contributors to the thread on Exemplar Characters also
stated that these two characters are essential to Hebrew
orthography. See also:
Why are they not listed in the table at:
This permits Hebrew auxiliary marks that are arguably far less
necessary for IDN. What's the problem with the GERESH and GERSHAYIM?
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