John G. Marr 

>I.e., wil the entire LCRI be deleted or only the "80%" portion 
>[= section "2)", subparagraphs "1)" and "2)" and the wording 
>"(defined above)" in the paragraph following same]?

Well spotted. That's not clear to me, either. Hopefully the whole LCRI
will go, as the rule in AACR2 is clear enough.

>Could we have retained the following guidance in LCRI 22.3A:

>"When determing the fullest form for a person who uses both 
>forename initials and forenames, make no distinction between 
>initials and forenames" 

>With a new example: e.g., "B.E.Pagan" is as full as "Bernard 
>Edward Pagan."

We could, although clearly it isn't, despite what the LCRI says ;-)

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