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RE: Lateralised Chinese characters

Not serious, but yin1 (or the speak radical) could be zo. z represents the
top 4 strokes, the o the mouth part.

	-----Original Message-----
	From:	Philip Neal 
	Sent:	Tuesday, February 26, 2002 1:14 PM
	To:	jguy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
	Cc:	voynich@xxxxxxxx
	Subject:	Re: Lateralised Chinese characters

	If anyone is serious about this theory, they have to say how
	would represent the character 'yin1', 'sound', which begins with
	four horizontal strokes pile on top of a square and is an extremely
	common radical.

	A very nice idea though.

	Philip Neal

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