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On behalf of BCI and BC-UK I thank you.

At 17:57 +0200 2007-08-08, Håvard  Hjulstad wrote:
>The ISO 639 Registration Authorities' Joint 
>Advisory Committee (JAC) has decided to approve 
>the following item to be included in the ISO 
>639-2 and the ISO 639-3 code tables:
>
>Alpha-3 identifier: zbl
>
>No alpha-2 identifier assigned
>
>English names: Blissymbols; Blissymbolics; Bliss
>
>French names: symboles Bliss; Bliss
>
>This is an artificial language. It is a written 
>language only; by its nature it has no spoken 
>form.
>
>The indigenous name is "a symbol like a reversed 
>Z", but since Blissymbols are not yet encoded in 
>an ISO standard, this is not formally registered.
>
>Best regards,
>Håvard Hjulstad
>
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