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Ayola is an international auxiliary language which was begun by the Aiola Research Group (ARG). Though the ARG was formed in 1995, it did not publish its first 'stable' version of Ayola (which was then called Aiola) until 2004.
Ayola's website mentions influences from Esperanto, Interlingua and Loglan.
A substantial overview of the phonetics and grammar of this language is available on its website.
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