[Suppress-Script] Initial list of 300 languages

John Cowan cowan at ccil.org
Sat Mar 11 21:05:34 CET 2006

Doug Ewell scripsit:

> The Korean question has intrigued me for some time.  Despite what is 
> often written about this, I can't find *any* examples of Hani in modern 
> (South) Korean writing, except for personal names, which might almost be 
> considered as a signature or logograph.  I believe the personal-name 
> issue is all that separates DPRK and ROK usage.

Newspaper headlines were one of the traditional strongholds of Hani in
South Korean usage.

That you can cover for the plentiful            John Cowan
and often gaping errors, misconstruals,         http://www.ccil.org/~cowan
and disinformation in your posts                http://www.ap.org
through sheer volume -- that is another         cowan at ccil.org
misconception.  --Mike to Peter

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