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Why not another script entirely

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Submitted by Devasahayam (United States), May 23, 2008 at 10:58

Eh, there are also

  • Cyrillic (Russian, Serb, ...); in fact, this sounds most apt since Turkey (Istanbul under old name Constantinople) was the source-country
  • ancient Greek script
  • Devnagari (used in Hindi)
  • Gurmukhi (used in Indian Punjab, left-to-right script)
  • Shahmukhi (seldom used in Pakistani Punjab due to the country's pushing of Urdu, right-to-left)
Submitting....

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