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The Plotz Declension

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'''The Plotz Declension''' is the title given to a set of transcriptions of a manuscript page by [[J.R.R. Tolkien]] that lists the declensions of the nouns ''[[lasse]]'' and ''[[cirya]]'' together with notes by Tolkien as supplied by him to [[Dick Plotz]] in a [[Dick Plotz 1966-67|letter from 1966-67]].
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'''The Plotz Declension''' is the title given to a set of transcriptions of a manuscript page by [[J.R.R. Tolkien]] that lists the declensions of the nouns ''[[lasse]]'' and ''[[cirya]]'' together with notes by Tolkien as supplied by him to [[Dick Plotz]] in a [[Letter to Dick Plotz|letter from 1966-67]].
  
 
'The Plotz Declension' was first published in [[Tolkien Language Notes 2|''Tolkien Language Notes'' Issue 2]] (1974), and was later reprinted in ''[[Beyond Bree March 1989]]'', ''[[Vinyar Tengwar 6]]'' (1989), ''[[Vinyar Tengwar 11]]'' (1990), ''[[Basic Quenya]]'' (1992), and  in ''[[Proceedings of the J.R.R. Tolkien Centenary Conference]]'' (1995).
 
'The Plotz Declension' was first published in [[Tolkien Language Notes 2|''Tolkien Language Notes'' Issue 2]] (1974), and was later reprinted in ''[[Beyond Bree March 1989]]'', ''[[Vinyar Tengwar 6]]'' (1989), ''[[Vinyar Tengwar 11]]'' (1990), ''[[Basic Quenya]]'' (1992), and  in ''[[Proceedings of the J.R.R. Tolkien Centenary Conference]]'' (1995).

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The Plotz Declension is the title given to a set of transcriptions of a manuscript page by J.R.R. Tolkien that lists the declensions of the nouns lasse and cirya together with notes by Tolkien as supplied by him to Dick Plotz in a letter from 1966-67.

'The Plotz Declension' was first published in Tolkien Language Notes Issue 2 (1974), and was later reprinted in Beyond Bree March 1989, Vinyar Tengwar 6 (1989), Vinyar Tengwar 11 (1990), Basic Quenya (1992), and in Proceedings of the J.R.R. Tolkien Centenary Conference (1995).