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A) Single letters: First note that according to the grammar outlined in Figure 1 the five letters that make up the “vocabulary” of the language have the following positional restrictions: in initial position only P and T may occur, in the terminal position only S and V, X is strictly an internal symbol, in the second position all letters except P may occur, and in the next-to-last position all except S and T may occur. Table 4 shows the proportions of single letter placements for the two initial and the two terminal positions.

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