Respelling a city name in an English way

Robin Hamilton robin.hamilton2 at BTINTERNET.COM
Wed Mar 17 15:38:16 UTC 2010

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> <font size=3D3>=C5rhus mayor Nikolaj Wammen himself needs to move past
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> letter "a with ring above" -- both capital and small -- is in
> the 8-bit coded character set that is a supported standard everywhere,
> ISO 8859.1, "Latin Alphabet No. 1", designed for Western
> European Languages including Danish.  (Let alone Unicode.)<br>
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Yes, but effectively it's mostly spelled "Aarhus," and not just in print.
Check the English language version of the University of Aarhus, for

The question seems to have already answered itself in operative usage.

Is Aarhus known for being anything other than the site of the Bog People,


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