At 18:05 -0500 2003-12-11, Peter T. Daniels wrote:

>In my lawyer's waiting room last month, in the order they came to mind:

Which we call Latin


Which includes the caseless script Mkhedruli and the casing script
Khutsuri (Asomtavruli + Nuskhuri)


Which we call CJK Ideographs


Which we call Hangul


Which isn't a script, though both Katakana and Hiragana are
particularly Japanese, and are used in conjunction with Latin and CJK


Which we call Thaana, that being the name of the script; Dhivehi is
the name of the language.


Which we call Sinhala


Which we call Myanmar, alas.


Which we call Unified Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics and which
includes Athapascan and Inuktitut Syllabics and others.

>Pahawh Hmong
>(I needed a total of 48 for a project that fell through, so I chose 15
>others as well.)
>Peter T. Daniels grammatim@...

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