- The same claim is sometimes made for Yemenite Hebrew or " Temanit ", which differs from other Mizrahi dialects by having a radically different vowel system, and distinguishing between different diacritically marked consonants that are pronounced identically in other dialects ( for example gimel and " ghimel " .)
- The argument that it is obvious to the reader that " a " is a diacritically modified " s ", is weak because for a reader who is not an expert on tennis it can always raise doubts whether this Saaa Hirazon is the same player as the Sasa Hirszon they see in tournament draws.
- However, some diacritically-marked Latin letters less common in the Western European languages, such as " u " ( used in Welsh ) or " a " ( used in many Eastern European languages ), cannot be typed with the " U . S . " layout, which predates Unicode and only provides access to characters found in the legacy " Mac Roman " character set.