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A bitset that can cover all values is a 210-byte table. John Cowan suggested that except for Teng/Tfng, the second letter of the script code is redundant, so you can special-case those two, remove the second letter, and use the same algorithm as for ISO 639-2.

However, we can't expect that the JAC would follow any particular restrictions, and the set of scripts is still a relatively small number, so this probably isn't worth it.

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We were looking at validation of 7,000 base language entries and Markus had an idea.

Algorithmically map the two-letter codes onto values from 0..675, and the three letter codes onto 676..18251 (just over 14 bits). One could do the same for region codes, with two-letter codes from 0..675, and then 3-digit codes from 675 to 1,675 (about 10.7 bits).

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It may ba said with regard to the 1st and 4th properties that the prices which were offer- ed were substantially equivalent to the prices at which the two properties were valued and that is certainly so. C.) On the same day the District Judge minutes: " put up in presence of Pleader." No date is mentioned as to when it should be put up.

Under such conditions no doubt the properties Wv)uld fetch what- ever they were really worth and what the public was ready to pay for them.

What exactly happened before the District Judge it is difficult to understand. File/' Whether this is tantamount to the dismissal of the appeal or whether this is tantamount to the ad- journment of it I do not know.