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Re: The Ajkrip alphabet

From:Benct Philip Jonsson <bpj@...>
Date:Friday, March 14, 2008, 8:40
On 14.3.2008 Ollock Ackeop wrote:
> > In one case, &#1066; &#1098;, he used a letter which stood for no > sound at all in > Russian for a sound not found in that language. > > That sentence could be cleaned up a bit. Is the letter used in > Russian? It > took me several re-readings to figure out that it didn't have to mean > it > wasn't used. >
Yes, clearly it should say "which was always silent in Russian". Thanks! /BP