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This file is based on the TeX hyphenation patterns distributed under the
LaTeX Project Public License (LPPL) as part of the hyph-utf8 package.
This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
file, You can obtain one at http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/.
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At the time this file was first modified, a complete, unmodified copy of
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Portions of this file were originally made available under the following license
(copied verbatim from hyph-mn-cyrl.lic.txt in the original work):
(New) Mongolian hyphenation patterns
(more info about the licence to be added later)
% This file is part of hyph-utf8 package and resulted from
% semi-manual conversions of hyphenation patterns into UTF-8 in June 2008.
%
% Source: mnhyphn.tex (2008-03-30)
% Author: Dorjgotov Batmunkh <bataak at gmail.com>
%
% The above mentioned file should become obsolete,
% and the author of the original file should preferaby modify this file instead.
%
% Modificatios were needed in order to support native UTF-8 engines,
% but functionality (hopefully) didn't change in any way, at least not intentionally.
% This file is no longer stand-alone; at least for 8-bit engines
% you probably want to use loadhyph-foo.tex (which will load this file) instead.
%
% Modifications were done by Jonathan Kew, Mojca Miklavec & Arthur Reutenauer
% with help & support from:
% - Karl Berry, who gave us free hands and all resources
% - Taco Hoekwater, with useful macros
% - Hans Hagen, who did the unicodifisation of patterns already long before
% and helped with testing, suggestions and bug reports
% - Norbert Preining, who tested & integrated patterns into TeX Live
%
% However, the "copyright/copyleft" owner of patterns remains the original author.
%
% The copyright statement of this file is thus:
%
% Do with this file whatever needs to be done in future for the sake of
% "a better world" as long as you respect the copyright of original file.
% If you're the original author of patterns or taking over a new revolution,
% plese remove all of the TUG comments & credits that we added here -
% you are the Queen / the King, we are only the servants.
%
% If you want to change this file, rather than uploading directly to CTAN,
% we would be grateful if you could send it to us (http://tug.org/tex-hyphen)
% or ask for credentials for SVN repository and commit it yourself;
% we will then upload the whole "package" to CTAN.
%
% Before a new "pattern-revolution" starts,
% please try to follow some guidelines if possible:
%
% - \lccode is *forbidden*, and I really mean it
% - all the patterns should be in UTF-8
% - the only "allowed" TeX commands in this file are: \patterns, \hyphenation,
% and if you really cannot do without, also \input and \message
% - in particular, please no \catcode or \lccode changes,
% they belong to loadhyph-foo.tex,
% and no \lefthyphenmin and \righthyphenmin,
% they have no influence here and belong elsewhere
% - \begingroup and/or \endinput is not needed
% - feel free to do whatever you want inside comments
%
% We know that TeX is extremely powerful, but give a stupid parser
% at least a chance to read your patterns.
%
% For more unformation see
%
%
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%% mnhyphn.tex v1.2 2008/03/23 (2010/04/03)
%% Copyright 2007-2010 by Dorjgotov Batmunkh, National University of Mongolia
%% email bataak@gmail.com
%
% This work may be distributed and/or modified under the
% conditions of the LaTeX Project Public License, either version 1.3
% of this license or (at your option) any later version.
% The latest version of this license is in
% and version 1.3 or later is part of all distributions of LaTeX
% version 2005/12/01 or later.
%
% Special thanks to: Jim Hefferon and Robin Fairbairns
%
% There are few basic rules in mongolian
%
% 1. If there is a consonant then it can use hyphen before it.
% And if there're two consonants then it can use hyphen before second consonant.
% Are there three consonants then it can put hyphen before third consonant,
% also are there four consonants then it can use hyphen before fourth consonant.
% 2. In the case of hardsign or softsign, it's possible to hyphen after these signs.
% For instance, байгуулъ-я, үзүүль-е
% 3. However one vowel can be belong to a syllable, it's not possible to use hyphen.
%