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"Lava 1" by lord_yo, used under CC BY / cropped

  • Eplacéra nyäen etterló "K" ithwó äen etterlí "C"
  • Ovémí héten irstfë etterlä fóen achéï ordwó óten héten ndéen
    • Fíen héten ordwá síen esslú hantë 4 etterslï onglá, ddäen héten ndingéa -en
    • Fíen héten ordwí síen ongerlá utben ndséó níen äen owelvó, ddäen -th
    • Fíen héten ordwï síen ongerló utben ndséá níe…

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Yes, Cuban 'b'.

All of the extremely dirty words in English are monosyllabic (some examples). It's always been funny to me that there were certain grunts we can utter that make people uncomfortable and make children giggle and blush.

I always figured there must be some words like these in Chinese. T…

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I was reading the webpage of my hero, Donald Knuth inventor of TEX , when I read his argument for "email" replacing "e-mail". I hyphenate e-mail. Not because I think of e-mail as weird mail, but because I can't accept the idea of a letter being pronounced by its name instead of its sound, unless the…

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