Metathesis is quite frequent in the Bible, but neither in the paleoscript nor in the square script are "mem" and "bet" orthographically
similar enough to be easily confused.
Lenition is found on an attributive adjective after a noun that is either (i) feminine singular or (ii) plural and ending in a slender consonant (indicated orthographically
by the presence of <i> immediately before the consonant or consonant cluster).
The Semantic Refiner takes "mechanics" and verifies that it is orthographically
The number could equal or exceed his stock of orthographically
different words, 29,066 in Spevack's concordance.
Persian" has been dropped from the new constitution, and "Tajik" has resumed its place as the national language, still in Cyrillic (though orthographically
reformed); in practice, Russian prevails again, despite the out-migration of tens of thousands of Russian and other European ex-Soviet citizens.
While there is no proof of his authorship, orthographically
all of the words conform to sixteenth-century spelling and usage.
The fact that 'm stands orthographically
for both "with" and "people" may have contributed to the error in Song 6:12.
Gordillo's repertoire of biomorphs--variously intestinal, neurological, fecal, larval, mineral, and cellular in appearance--functions pictographically, almost orthographically
, as a private language able to express all sorts of compositional or allegorical intentions.
confused-the creek it sits on is spelled, more reasonably, Gray Eagle it's still a pretty place.
The captured images are orthographically
projected, encrypted, and stored in the form of templates on smart cards, network servers, or 2D bar codes.
His data comes from Moksha territory, and consequently, without being aware of the fact, he chose the more difficult option, the Erzya dialect being more simple and transparent both phonetically and orthographically
MacKenzie, in his edition, assumes numerous graphical errors and impossible grammatical constructions, whereas, in my reading, the inscription is orthographically
and grammatically correct.