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Perfect Pangram "Alphabet"

Mr. Jock, TV quiz PhD, bags few lynx.
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It has become apparent [link] that the Latin alphabet is in dire need of re-ordering. The current ordering (A, B, C,...Z) has no merit over other arbitrary orderings (e.g., Q, W, E,...M), aside from being the marginally rhyming lyrics to a well-known song.

The only ordering that is not arbitrary or whimsical is a meaningful one.

the porpoise, Mar 05 2014

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A finger-centric suggestion [the porpoise, Mar 05 2014]


       There are just over 400 million billion billion possible pangrams. At least one of them ought to make more sense than that one.
MaxwellBuchanan, Mar 05 2014

       Yeah but 99.44% of those have repeated letters. This one is "perfect".
the porpoise, Mar 05 2014

       No no, there are 400 million billion billion possible pangrams containing each letter only once.   

       Several of them are Greek dentists.
MaxwellBuchanan, Mar 05 2014

       Oh, yes, indeed (26!). The Wikipedia page on pangrams looked Welsh.
the porpoise, Mar 05 2014

       Welsh doesn't count - it's not really a language. Hidden microphones have revealed that the Welsh actually speak English when they think they're alone, and just make up random combinations of consonants and phlegm when they're being overheard.
MaxwellBuchanan, Mar 05 2014

       // Welsh doesn't count - it's not really a language. //   

       "Name ?"


"Occupation ?"


"Specialised subject ?"

"The bleedin' obvious"
8th of 7, Mar 05 2014

       Still wondering who bothered to work out that "spoonfeed" is the longest word in English in reverse alphabetical order...
not_morrison_rm, Mar 08 2014


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