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6. "RE: Avatar at Work"
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   Huh. That's remarkably close to the Greek alphabet. That whatever-Russians-call-Phi is what made me realize that it was Cyrillic (which made me give up trying to read it as Greek), but even that's a straightforward mutation of the Hellenic glyph. I need to remember that.
Of course, I still would've been confused, since "flot" is not recognizable as a Greek root, but I would've been able to say it aloud, which can be fun. <bg>

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