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  1. The Euboean alphabet belonged to the "western" ("red") type. It had Χ representing /ks/ and Ψ for /kʰ/. Like most early variants it also lacked Ω, and used Η for the consonant /h/ rather than for the vowel /ɛː/. It also kept the archaic letters digamma (Ϝ) for /w/ and qoppa (Ϙ) for /k/.

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    Epistolary novel, a long-form fiction composed of letters (epistles) Open letter , a public letter as distinguished from private correspondence Letter to the editor , a letter sent to a newspaper, magazine, or online publication by one of its readers and meant to be published

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