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Hyphenation dictionary
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Language: Czech (Czech Republic) (cs CZ).
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Origin:   Based on the TeX hyphenation tables
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License:  GPL license, 2003
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Author:   Pavel@Janik.cz (Pavel Janík)
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HYPH cs CZ hyph_cs
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 These patterns were converted from TeX hyphenation patterns by the package
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 lingucomponent-tools
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 (http://cvs.sourceforge.net/cgi-bin/viewcvs.cgi/oo-cs/lingucomponent-tools/).
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 The license of original files is GNU GPL (they are both parts of csTeX). My
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 work on them was to only run the scripts from lingucomponent-tools package
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 (dual LGPL/SISSL license so it can be integrated).
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LICENSE
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		    GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE
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		       Version 2, June 1991
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			    Preamble
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