Re: Origins of ẘ

From: Benjamin M Scarborough <>
Date: Thu, 19 Apr 2012 01:23:03 -0500 (CDT)

On 2012.04.16 12:05 PM, Ken Whistler wrote:
> The first key document is:
> WG2 N754, Review of repertoire, by Masami Hasegawa, dated September 1991.
> (Mark Davis and I assisted Hasegawa-san in pulling together the lists in this
> document.)
> That document lists *all* of the Latin composite letter collections that Hasegawa-san,
> then the editor of 10646, had to wrestle with, in order to come up with an acceptable
> draft for the 2nd DIS, after the failure of the first DIS vote and the determination by
> WG2 that a merger of repertoires was necessary to construct a DIS that could pass.

It sounds like there were a large number of composite letters in that document. I would love to see what letters were there that didn't make the cut.

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—Ben Scarborough
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