[278b] and by comparing them to show that their nature is the same in both combinations alike, and to continue until the letters about which their opinions are correct have been shown in juxtaposition with all those of which they are ignorant. Being shown in this way they become examples1 and bring it about that every letter is in all syllables always called by the same name, either by differentiation from the other letters,
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