[tex-live] merging texmf-doc into texmf-dist

Arthur Reutenauer arthur.reutenauer at normalesup.org
Wed Feb 18 23:37:29 CET 2009

> Yes and no : both written forms can actually
> represent a number of very different spoken
> languages

  Indeed :-)  They're two different written forms of the same array of
different yet related spoken languages, commonly known as "Chinese" as a
whole, the most common form of which to be found in writing being the
standard form known as "Mandarin Chinese" -- whereby nowhere in the area
where said written forms and spoken languages are respectively to be
read and heard is any word that would translate in English as "Mandarin
Chinese" commonly used to identify said standard form.

  Let's break at that, will we? ;-)  (or continue in private)


  The party of the first part shall be known in this contract as the
party of the first part.
  The party of the second part ...

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