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- In Neal Stephenson's Cryptonomicon, Qwghlmian is an incredibly concise language, consisting of 16 consonants, that is ideal for expressing concepts in binary, but is impossible to pronounce in actuality. It can express whole paragraphs in four words.
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- Jun 20, 2010 Why do you think that what you pay in, qwghlmian, Feb-03-05 04:41 AM, #6. Why do I think it's mine? magellan, Feb-03-05 05:13 AM, #7.
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