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- 1967, Moshe Y. Sachs [ed.], Worldmark Encyclopedia of the Nations: Europe (3rd ed., Worldmark Press),
- In addition to the letters of the English alphabet, the Czech language has both vowels and consonants with acute accents and haċeks.
- 1979, Journal of Library Automation (American Library Association), volume 12,
- This leaves 96 possible printable characters, enough for uppercase and lowercase but not an extended set of altered characters (e.g., slash O) or diacritics (e.g., haċek).
- 1991, Verbatim, volumes 17–18,
- It is called a haček or hachek or haċek, pronounced hotchek.
- 2007, Erik Gren, Orientalia Suecana (Almquist & Wiksell Periodical Co.), volume 56,
- Here I will use ō, ū, ī, haċek letters č, š, ǰ, and ġ for the voiced counterpart of q.