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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    It's getting clear as mud.
    Indeed. Part of the problem is whether one is speaking of possible words or used words. :wink:

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    There are more possible beginning combinations with s than with any other letter: s-a, s-c, s-e, s-h, s-i, s-l, s-m, s-n, s-o, s-p, s-q, s-t, s-u, s-y. (There is even s-f (sforzando) and s-r (sri.)

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