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[JLReq] Kana?

Tony Graham-3
The term "kana", meaning both hiragana and katakana, is not defined in
the document, though it is used in several places, including a section
title.

FWIW, the connection between "ideographic" and "kanji" is also not
defined, and a reader who did not already know would have to work it out
from Fig. 1 and Section 2.1.2.

Regards,


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