Busa to systematize--a word that is very frequent in his writings--three textual situations: "allographs
However, for unknown reasons, axons do not tend to regenerate through old denervated allographs
(142) and as stated above, no neurological recovery take place if the distal nerve is 10 or more months denervated (122).
types connect with art, creation, achievements, allographs
Authors writing on Middle English and Early Modem English agree that v and u were allographs
in complementary distribution (see e.g., Gorlach 1978: 50), i.e., v occurred word-initially and u word-medially, regardless of their phonetic realisation as either [v] or [u].
Shaughnessy does not comment on the discrepancy between jih in the MS and jii in the received version, and we cannot make a judgment as to which is "correct" based on other occurrences in the text, as there is one case each of [CHINESE CHARACTERS NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] and [CHINESE CHARACTERS NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] it is not impossible that [CHINESE CHARACTERS NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]jii < kjij < *kjij was an allograph
for [CHINESE CHARACTERS NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]jih < kjijH < < *kjits
These concern the usage of the initial allographs
of the graphemes taw (T) and lamedh (D) in suffix-initial or in word-division.