Re: Not so silly question about the name of the Hurd
On 20010228T110612-0500, James A. Treacy wrote:
> This came up because translations aren't sure how to handle this.
> For example, Finnish has no article 'the'.
There's no problem about that in Finnish. We have essentially two
choices. Either we use the English name verbatim as "The Hurd" or we
translate it, most likely by just adapting it to the Finnish structure as
"Hurd", where the definite article is implied (Finnish has no explicit
articles). Which one is chosen is really just a matter of style and
Anything else would be ridiculous.
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