From: Karl Pentzlin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jan 07 2010 - 16:54:09 CST
I fail to identify the IPA symbols 677 (faucalized) and 678
(labialized: open-rounded) in ine Unicode tables (see attached scan
from p.190 of the "Handbook of the International Phonetic
Association", Cambridge 1999 (reprint 2003), ISBN 0 521 63751 1).
I expected them to be
MODIFIER LETTER CAPITAL H WITH STROKE
MODIFIER LETTER SMALL LIGATURE OE
but I did neither find them by these or related names, nor
by looking at the glyphs in Latin, Phonetic and similar-named blocks.
Did I overlook them, or are they in fact unencoded?
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