The Revised Shaw Abjad or Shaw Phonetic Alphabet is a version of the Shavian Alphabet. It is designed to represent English phonetically, while at the same time minimizing the variations in vowel letters due to differences in accent. It was developed by Paul Vandenbrink in 1996 and further revised in 2001.
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