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Old 09-26-2006, 12:58 PM   #7
Steve Rindsberg
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The bank example .... exactly it.
But other than the capitalization, the Kadok logo is a perfect backwards run. I imagine our notion of U/C vs l/c is something of a mystery to C/J/K speakers who haven't studied any western languages. There's nothing similar in Japanese (nor Chinese as far as I know).

Korea was once a client state of China and used the same writing system; it's morphed into something quite different (as has Japanese, which has become something different from either and are we confused yet?) But you knew all this. ;-)

   
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