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Basque Language and the Graphical Law

@article{Biswas2019BasqueLA,
  title={Basque Language and the Graphical Law},
  author={Anindya Kumar Biswas},
  journal={viXra},
  year={2019}
}
We study the Basque to English etymological dictionary of late R. L. Trask. We draw the natural logarithm of the number of words, normalised, starting with a letter vs the natural logarithm of the rank of the letter, normalised as well as unnormalised. We find that the words underlie a magnetisation curve of a Spin-Glass in presence of little external magnetic field. 
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