On Wed, 5 Jun 2013, Chris Baer wrote:
> Except that such assumptions are often unwarranted. As
> non-profit/educational corporation incorporated in Pennsylvania, there
> can only be one such exact-named body in the state at a given time.
It's really not necessary to defend the use of a general qualifier. We
have always understood that one should use the simplest qualifier that is
sufficient to identify or differentiate a body (e.g. "Pa."). One changes
it to something more specific if it becomes necessary, not the other way
John G. Marr
Univ. of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131
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