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" An ideal alphabet would seek to adopt for its characters forms which should suggest the sounds signified, and of which the resemblances should in some measure represent the similarities of the sounds. "
Circular of Information of the Bureau of Education, for ... - Página 158
por United States. Office of Education - 1893
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Zeitschrift für Orthographie (Orthoepie und Sprachphysiologie. Organ des ...

Deutscher Orthografie-Reform-Verein - 1885
...vast comunity need not atempt an exhaustiv analysis of the elements of utterance, and a reprezentation of the nicest varieties of articulation ; it may wel leav room for the unavoidabl play of indwidual and local pronunciation. 4. An ideal alfabet would seek to adopt for its characters forms...
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Emendanda Est Orthographia: A Treatise on Spelling Reform

Emil Studer - 1884 - 96 páginas
...unvarying sound. "3. An alphabet intended for use by a vast community need not attempt an exhaustive analysis of the elements of utterance, and a representation of the nicest varieties of articulation, it may well leave room for the unavoidable play of individual and local pronunciation. ' '4. An ideal alphabet...
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Spelling, Volumen1,Temas1-4

1887
...every sound should hav its own unvarying sign, and every sign its own unvarying sound. 3. An alfabet intended for use by a vast community need not attempt...unavoidabl play of individual and local pronunciation. 4. An ideal alfabet would seek to adopt for its characters forms which should suggest the sounds signified,...
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Sessional Papers - Legislature of the Province of Ontario, Volumen2

Ontario. Legislative Assembly - 1888
...unvarying sound. 3. An alphabet intended for use by a vast community nee<^ not attempt an exhaustive analysis of the elements of utterance, and a representation of the nicest varieties of articulation ; it may well leave room for the unavoidable play of individual and local pronunciation. 4. An ideal alphabet...
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The Spelling Reform, Tema 8

Francis Andrew March - 1893 - 86 páginas
...every sound sheuld hav its own unvarying sign, and every sign its own unvarying sound. (3) An alfabet intended for use by a vast community need not attempt...unavoidabl play of individual and local pronunciation. (4,) An ideal alfabet would seek to adopt for its characters forms which sheuld suggest the sounds...
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Circular of Information of the Bureau of Education, for ..., Volumen13

1893
...unvarying sound. (3) An alfabet intended for use by a vast community need not attempt an eihaustiv analysis of the elements of utterance and a representation...unavoidabl play of individual and local pronunciation. (4) An ideal alfabet would seek to adopt for its characters forms which should suggest the sounds signified,...
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Circular of Information of the Bureau of Education, for ...

United States. Bureau of Education - 1893
...unvarying sound. (3) An alfabet intended for uso by a vast community need not attempt an cxhaustir analysis of the elements of utterance and a representation...varieties of articulation; it may wel leav room for the uuavoidabl play of individual and local pronunciation. (4,) An ideal alfabet would seek to adopt for...
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Transactions of the American Philological Association

American Philological Association - 1877
...unvarying sound. 3. An alphabet intended for use by a vast community need not attempt an exhaustive analysis of the elements of utterance, and a representation of the nicest varieties of articulation ; it mny well leave room for the unavoidable play of individual and local pronunciation. 4. An ideal alphabet...
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Transactions and Proceedings of the American Philological Association

American Philological Association - 1906
...unvarying sound. " (3) An alphabet intended for use by a vast community need not attempt an exhaustive analysis of the elements of utterance and a representation of the nicest varieties of articulation ; it may well leave room for the unavoidable play of individual and local pronunciation. " (4) An ideal alphabet...
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Report of the Minister of Education

1888
...unvarying sound. 3. An alphabet intended for use by a vast community need not attempt an exhaustive analysis of the elements of utterance, and a representation of the nicest varieties of articulation ; it may well leave room for the unavoidable play of individual and local pronunciation. 4. An ideal alphabet...
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