Science: Gloro

"Questa es nula konference por formacar alianci, por dividar la preduri di milito, por repartar landi, por traktar homa enti, velut se li esud la gaji in un ludo di hazardo. Nia skopo, sub fortunoza auspicii, es sikurigar la continuations dil prospero di paco."

So would President Roosevelt have spoken before the Inter-American Peace Conference last December had he spoken in Gloro.* This artificial language, which has been worked on for several years, was described in Manhattan last week by its inventor, Dr. Max Talmey, small, twinkling, 70-year-old eye specialist and amateur linguist. In...

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