[Ubuntu-l10n-eng] [Bug 66158] Edgy Eft Beta - About Me dialog in Preferences
goodgerster at gmail.com
Wed Nov 1 23:49:30 GMT 2006
On 01/11/06, William Anderson <neuro at well.com> wrote:
> However, they do not translate to Scottish Council regions, which are
> standard definitions for postal purposes as well as political.
> Therefore the more generic "region" would appear to me to be the safer
> option. Also, for those living in cities, "county" would also be
> regardless of which part of the United Kingdom you were living in.
I personally live in the county of Cornwall and am always irritated by
"state/province". We should have "county" for GB and let everyone else
decide for themselves...
The only city on Great Britain which a county is not needed is London, which
is a county all its own in some ways. Birmingham, for instance, is
"Birmingham, West Midlands, <postcode>" as opposed to just "Birmingham
<postcode>" although the Royal Mail is rather permissive in allowing people
to omit counties for largest settlements.
Mi admiras religiajn; ili estas fine ebliĝinta solvi la maljunegan demandon
"kiel oni povas vivi sencerbe?".
It is well-known that I am blunt and unsophisticated. It's largely your
fault if you object to this.
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