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Enrique
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Auxiliary List
      #64951 - Fri Apr 14 2006 09:44 PM

I heard that the WMO will be making an auxiliary list to replace the Greek alphabet system. Have they done this yet? And if so, what is the list?

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Re: Auxiliary List [Re: Enrique]
      #64952 - Sat Apr 15 2006 01:22 AM

apparently they were considering doing it but abandoned the idea. it may still happen, but looks like we're still backed up with the greek letter names for '06.
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