On Sat, Nov 01, 2008 at 09:50:20PM +0000, Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
> Lou Burnard wrote:
> >Note that you can use the @type attribute on <rs> to indicate that the
> >referring string in question refers to a place (rather than, say, a person)
> bizarrely, we might say that <placeName>London</placeName>
> is syntactic sugar for <name type="place">London</name>
> which in turn is syntactic sugar for <rs type="name"
> subtype="place">London</rs>. So I am not 100% sure that
> the argument follows.
Not that way, but what about <rs type="place">that place</rs>? Not a
name, but referring to a place.
/ Kind regards,
/ Řyvind Eide, Unit for Digital Documentation, University of Oslo
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