cowan at ccil.org
Wed Sep 24 19:21:01 CEST 2008
Randy Presuhn scripsit:
> Now, a question. Consider bo-Latn-TW-pinyin. Would that be Tibetan
> as used in Tiawan in an orthography that looks something like Hanyu Pinyin,
> or Tibetan in an orthography that looks something like Tongyong pinyin?
Who cares? It is complete bollocks in either case, as much so as nv-DK or tlh-AQ.
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