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a variant form of a grapheme, as 'm' or 'M' or a handwritten version of that grapheme

a signature written by one person for another

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SYSTEMATIZING" FIRST THE ALLOGRAPHS, THEN THE LEMMATIZATION, THE HOMOGRAPHS, AND FINALLY THE TYPOLOGIES
However, for unknown reasons, axons do not tend to regenerate through old denervated allographs (142) and as stated above, no neurological recovery take place if the distal nerve is 10 or more months denervated (122).
They might have become allographs due to a phonological feature such as what Izre'el postulates, but even so, the spellings at issue would be the outcome of orthographic practices influenced by the substrate language's phonology, rather than evidence for the pronunciation of Canaano-Akkadian.
types connect with art, creation, allographs, the purposive, ideas; tokens
A sampling of topics turns up birth and death statements, colophon, letterforms or allographs, primitive codicology and palaeography, quire, scribal etiquette, and vignette.
640), demonstrating that he accepted Sheu Shenn's belief that they were not simply interchangeable allographs.
The other two sets of allographs that will be discussed below are a) i, j (22) and y, and b) u, v and w.