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"With apologies to the Esperantists, it must be said that the invention of a universal language, of any but the narrowest compass, seems impossible, for language, in any real sense, is not made but grows."--The Life and Times of John Wilkins (1910) by P. A. Wright Henderson

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Esperanto is the most widely spoken constructed international auxiliary language.

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