There aren't really multiple exceptions.
Any newly created NAR may have nonroman references and nonroman in 670s.
Any NAR created before mid-July may have new nonroman references and nonroman in new 670s IF it contains the 667 "Machine-derived non-Latin script reference project."
A NAR created before mid-July may not have such things if it does NOT contain the 667 "Machine-derived non-Latin script reference project."
Library of Congress
>>> "Gary L. Strawn" <[log in to unmask]> 10/1/2008 5:11 PM >>>
This would have been better if powers that be had said "Only OCLC
will create, modify or delete non-Latin 4XX fields for any kind of
authority record until <date>". The multiple exceptions are confusing.
Gary L. Strawn, Authorities Librarian, etc.
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