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On Mon, Sep 10, 2012 at 6:04 PM, Ray Denenberg
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>  From: Rintze Zelle
>> My question is about whether "2011-23~" means:
>>
>> certain year, approximate season
>>
>> or
>>
>> approximate year, approximate season
>
> I wouldn't characterize it as either. It certainly is not the first, but the
> second isn't really accurate either.
>
> For example,  "approximately Winter 2011" could reasonably include Spring
> 2012. But it it is not intended to necessarily include, say, Winter 2010,
> just because 2010 is approximately 2011. So I would characterize it as
> "within a few seasons, whether that crosses a year or not".

That makes sense. Could the example text for "2011-23~" then be
changed from "Approximate season (Autumn 2011)" to "Around Autumn
2011"? (both in 5.3.1 and 7)

Best,

Rintze