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" When a, a, or e, is doubled — thus : aa, aa, ee — the two letters are to be sounded as one, the sound being prolonged. "
A First Reading Book in the Micmac Language: Comprising the Micmac Numerals ... - Page 6
by Silas Tertius Rand - 1875 - 104 pages
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New Familiar Abenakis and English Dialogues: The First Ever Published on the ...

Joseph Laurent - Abenaki language - 1884 - 230 pages
...abon, bed. There is no exception. When a consonant (so as a vowel) is doubTed — thus : bb, nn, tt — the two letters are to be sounded as one, the sound being prolonged ; as in the following sentence : n'winowoziibba nitta, I should have petitioned forthwith. The Towels...
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