ANSTHRLD - Addition of locative tmcd at
Wed Dec 29 21:26:59 PST 1999

Etienne wrote:
<< I think what you have shown still applies but what if the "of
someplace" is not a branch name but an actual period locative? >>

RfS V.2 says

    a. Difference of Descriptive Elements - A descriptive element is a
    word other than a designator, an article, a preposition, or the
    name of a branch of the Society.

Therefore, if the period locative happens also to be the name of a
branch of the Society, then you're SOL.  Otherwise, it counts for
different.  "Order of the Thistle of the Steppes" is a conflict with
the Scottish order, even if submitted from the West.  "Order of the
Thistle of York" isn't.

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