From: Mark E. Shoulson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri May 14 2004 - 13:09:07 CDT
Anto'nio Martins-Tuva'lkin wrote:
>Peter Kirk wrote:
>>PS Multi-language bibliographies are common in Russian books. They
>>are usually printed with the Latin script entries following the
>>Cyrillic script ones, but I have seen interleaved ones.
>Check also < http://www.flagspot.net/flags/shp_lst1.html > and foll.;
>and also < http://www.flagspot.net/flags/b_btit.html > and foll.
Fascinating. I note the interleaving only seems to happen with Cyrillic
(in the shipping companies, at least: I didn't go through the
bibliography). Or rather, Cyrillic is the only non-Latin alphabet I
saw. Specifically, I looked for the entry for Zim shipping, an Israeli
company, and it was only under Z, with its Latin spelling (this may be
its official name, though; I'm not sure)
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