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Re: DTD Notation raises a question

Colin Muller scripsit:

> The first two, perhaps (one could perhaps arrive at a contorted
> exception), but:
> "Subacute spongiform encephalopathy, named after ... the name of which
> gives a concise description ..."
> "Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, named after ... the name of which
> illustrates the common practice in the medical research world of ..."

Yes, but that is (hidden) quotation.  You might as well argue that
"George" and "George" are distinct, given the contexts:
	George is the subject of this sentence.
	This sentence uses George as the object of a verb.

John Cowan                                   cowan@ccil.org
One art/there is/no less/no more/All things/to do/with sparks/galore
	--Douglas Hofstadter