[tz] Pre-1970 data
alois at astro.ch
Fri Nov 5 18:09:31 UTC 2021
That is not correct.
It is perfectly normal in German to say 'in Amerika' or in French 'en
Amerique'. That usually means the complete continent, unless there is
already a context which, for example, narrows it to a specific part,
like the US.
If one wants to know more, one has to ask back 'in north, south or
middle America?' or 'Where in America'.
On 05.11.21 16:26, Brian Park via tz wrote:
> Virtual no one in the world thinks of "America" as referring to all of
> "North America" and "South America".
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