Site de renontre place libertienI was arguing that the name is commonly spelled by a hyphen in the immense majority of sources. Since the other one was reaching consensus after lengthy debate why did you relist it? Tony (talk) 09:07, (UTC) You have any actual reason for not doing it so? This "style" over substance/traditional being broad-brushed across Wikipedia is inventing a new paradigm, and promoting it; that's just not right, no more than it is here.
Now no doubt there will be MOSites here who say "we don't use official names, Wikipedia can do what it likes" (using "Wikipedia" like a "royal we it seems, but I'm Wikipedia too) and some who will say canmos and its stricture that Canadian usages. She said that while their websites use html, every effort is made to match the style/typographical standards of QP Legalese. It photos en club libertin volketswil is unfortunate that people here are not prepared to stand up to him. The, alberni-Clay"Regional District ( 2006 population 30,664) of, british Columbia is located on west central, vancouver Island. Black Falcon ( talk site gratuit rencontre site de rencontre célibataire ) 20:23, (UTC) The hyphenated form is dominant in external sources (official government websites, as well as news articles and books and a minority of sources prefer a spaced name (e.g. For now "most common usage" applies, unless it turns out that the website is anomalous -?
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That seems clearly to be a simple hyphen. A federal electoral district is not the same thing as a provincial regional district. I'll add The Alaska Highway, a book that spells "Fraser-Fort" with a hyphen in page 106, and uses dashes in a sentence in the next page, so it's not like they don't bother with dashes. Sources have been already given that these are stand-alone names and their meanings should not be confused with "Alberni and Clay""Squamish and Lillooet "Thompson and Nicola etc. I'm not so clear on how the whole place-name convention works (the MOS example of "Guinea-Bissau" is not attributive, and the en dash is used specifically to join attributives but this one should be an exception even if we move the rest. Likewise, there is almost no difference between an endash used in this way to a hyphen.