cowan at ccil.org
Wed Sep 5 21:40:38 CEST 2007
Debbie Garside scripsit:
> "The fact that the Latin script is predominantly used for Konkani
> separates it further from Marathi, which uses the Devanagari (see
> Glossary) script. However, Konkani is also sometimes written in
> Devanagari and Kannada scripts.
I think it's time for that special pleading now, viz:
The fact that we have allegedly authoritative statements pointing in
different directions for the script in use is pretty good evidence that
there is no single dominant script. Even non-authoritative statements
claiming that most Hindi is written in Latin, or that most English is
written in Devanagari, are not to be found.
Formal proposal follows.
Possession is said to be nine points of the law, John Cowan
but that's not saying how many points the law might have. cowan at ccil.org
--Thomas A. Cowan (law professor and my father)
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