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Proper noun applied to a real world entity.
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Any real world entity referred to by one or several proper nouns.
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Proper, correct or standard (s ...... rned) pronunciation of a name.
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Proper way of writing a name.
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Class of nouns reflected in the behaviour of associated words.
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Grammatical category of nouns that expresses count distinctions.
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Language of the name, given as ...... either ISO 639-3 or ISO 639-5.
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Qualitative information enabli ...... isation and/or its topicality.
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Information enabling to acknow ...... t when the name is/was in use.
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Proper, correct or standard (s ...... tion of the geographical name.
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Original data source from whic ...... ther information is available.
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A proper way of writing the geographical name.
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Geometry associated to the nam ...... t restrict the geometry types.
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Resolution, expressed as the i ...... ed in a basic viewing service.
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Characterisation of the kind o ...... anguage of the European Union.
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Resolution, expressed as the i ...... ed in a basic viewing service.
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Name of the named place.
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Identifier of a spatial object ...... her themes of INSPIRE, if any.
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Characterisation of the kind of entity designated by geographical name(s).
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Proper, correct or standard (s ...... ional Phonetic Alphabet (IPA).
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Proper, correct or standard (s ...... d by a link to any sound file.
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Set of graphic symbols (for ex ...... n ISO 15924, where applicable.
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Way the name is written.
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Method used for the names conversion between different scripts.
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