From: John Cowan (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Mar 03 2003 - 16:48:00 EST
> Let's consider the ra+virama+ya case. In the mostpart the ra+virama+ya is
> displayed as ya+reph. This obviously seems to be an
> instance of ambiguous interpretation because ra+virama+ya could also represents
> ra+ja-phalaa. ya+reph and ra+ja-phalaa are used in different words and have
> different meaning.
I'm responding to this message in order to isolate this point. If correct, then
the current model of YA PHALAA is inadequate.
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