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Do we ever see mixing of B and V word-initially?

There are Latin inscriptions that show confusion between initial B and V. This is not limited to cases where the preceding word ends in a vowel, actually. One notable example that I remember reading ...
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On the alleged ambiguity of the Ablative Absolute "Mutatis mutandis"

"mutatis mutandis" when translated into my Croatian language (which is egually synthetic language like Latin) corresponds as - promijenivši ono što treba promijeniti - and when transformed ...
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