[Crm-sig] Parent of F4 Manifestation Singleton
a.velios at arts.ac.uk
Mon Sep 10 15:53:24 EEST 2018
I looked through the mailing list archive but could not find an answer for:
Why is F4 Manifestation Singleton a child of E24 and not a child of E22?
Its scope note starts with: "This class comprises physical objects..."
and we are always talking about a carrier. Are there any examples of
features-carriers that I can't think of? If, when scratching a poem on a
rocky mountain, the mountain is considered a carrier, then I think we
should update the scope note to reflect that.
All the best,
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