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Ecological Linguistics [Lloyd Anderson]

Located at P.O. Box 15156, Washington, D.C., 20003, this outfit published Arab language fonts, as well as fonts for Sinhalese, Tamil, Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Punjabi, Telugu, and Tibetan. In addition, it had Kharoshti, Brahmi and Harappan symbols, and sold typefaces for many "complex alphabets". Free truetype fonts with plenty of Maya icons, made in 1997 by "Ecological Linguistics": Abaj, AbajBold, DaysBF, DaysCodBold, DaysCodBoldItalic, DaysCodItalic, DaysCod, TunBold, Tun, Wuuj, WuujBold, WuujBoldItalic, WuujItalic. See also here.

The Times-Roman-like font AlaBas (1998) is also due to Ecological Linguistics.

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file name: Ecological Linguistics Alabas 1998


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