Hyphenation (was: Sichuan cuisine (Chengdu greetings); Chinese English)

Mark A Mandel mam at THEWORLD.COM
Sat Sep 21 01:22:10 UTC 2002

On Thu, 19 Sep 2002, James A. Landau wrote:

#If there is a lot of traffic past MOONG then the airspace around it might
#well be divided into two "sectors", one below and one above 180.  The first
#sector would be referred to as "MOONG LOW" and the second as "MOONG HIGH".
#Perhaps the New York TImes was doing its typesetting on second-hand FAA

Charming! But not bloody likely, as they (and other papers) do this all
the time.

#P.S.  How does the New York Times hyphenate "Rangoon"?  Or another famous
#city in Myanmar, "Myitkyini"?

jISovbe' -- I don't know.

-- Mark A. Mandel

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