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Common-Base Bypassing and How It Affects CB Frequency Response

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Victor Lorenzo
Victor Lorenzo
7/20/2016 3:45:54 PM
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Re: commonbasebypassing
Hi Dennis,

Nice comment!

There are several variants of languages which are also known as creole and come from other languages like french. The kreyòl ayisyen ("créole haïtien" in french, the Haitian Creole) originated from a mixture of french and several african languages. It also has some roots from Taíno, the original language that was spoken in most caribbean islands before we were "encouraged" (by force I mean) to speak in spanish, english or french.

First and second generations of spanish descendents in Cuba, e.g., were also called "Criollos", Creole. It was used in a derogatory or pejorative manner at that time.

Thanks a lot for your posts.

Best regards, Victor.

 

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D Feucht
D Feucht
7/15/2016 1:41:11 PM
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Re: commonbasebypassing
Bob,

You wrote: "its nice post dis"

I would like to reply:

Tenk yu fi aal weh yu du fi mi.

We now live in a world in which authentic written Kriol (Creole) - a dialect of English - has appeared on the Planet Analog website! (I am not making this up.) This language is spoken among Creoles and Garinagu in Belize. However, Bob, your written Creole needs a little work!

 

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Bobmacleod
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7/15/2016 5:25:36 AM
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commonbasebypassing
its nice post dis

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