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CH, as in "Chuck", will appear as Kenaz Jera. KJ is the closest approximation in Scandinavian languages. EI will appear as Eihwaz. J and Y will appear as Jera. NG will appear as Ingwaz. TH will appear as Thurisaz. V will appear as the runic W because V and W are interchangeable in Scandinavian languages.
Type a word or name into the form below and hit the Translate button. The runic transliteration will appear below. The rune symbols are individual GIF files. Right click on the desired graphic and hold the mouse button until a menu appears. Select "Download to Disk", to copy the graphic to your own harddrive.
Write the email. Using the structure you've made write the email. After writing the email. Although you don't have to do this, I sometimes don't send the email after I've finished writing it.
For some emails to friends, I leave it for a couple of hours (or longer) and then re-read it again. No, I don't have any penfriend.
But some of my friends have one and they said that is amazing, because you can learn a lot of someone only by sending emails and also you can find people of different parts of the world.
I would like to have one, one day. No. The webmaster will not forward messages to congressional offices. If you are having problems contacting your representative, you can report the problem using the Contact Webmaster form, write or call your elected representative, or visit the member's website for alternate contact information.
No. The webmaster will not forward messages to congressional offices.
If you are having problems contacting your representative, you can report the problem using the Contact Webmaster form, write or call your elected representative, or visit the member's website for alternate contact information. Despite the huge advances in communications and the little improvement in email systems, email is here to stay.
And it makes sense, because email remains one of the most effective and frictionless form of communications.