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The reasons for the path the evolution took (if there were any) are lost in the mists of time.

But you can safely assume, that humans being humans, wanted to be proprietary and sound cool, and then other humans tried to emulate them as best they could.

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in thread My favorite silent English letter is: by chacham

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