From: Christoph Burgmer (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Jul 14 2009 - 09:27:15 CDT
> The 3 pictures all stem from the same book. In 'A Grammar of Spoken
> Chinese' by Chao the optional tone is more rendered like a small Latin O,
> less roundish and with stronger sides (excuse my non-typographic
> description). I'll post a picture once I can get hold of my camera.
Here are two examples from 'A Grammar of Spoken Chinese' (Yuen Ren Chao,
University of California Press, Berkeley, 1968, ISBN 0-520-00219-9):
For me that is clearly a different glyph.
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