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Discussion of "urbe"
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Comment #1: tcadu4
gleki (Tue Jun 20 17:11:44 2017)

urbe is a generalization of tcadu too? then what is tcadu2,tcadu3,tcadu4

Comment #2: Re: tcadu4
Curtis W Franks (Wed Jun 21 22:50:49 2017)

gleki wrote:
> urbe is a generalization of tcadu too? then what is tcadu2,tcadu3,tcadu4
> here?

It is certainly related. I think that, in some ways, ".urbe" is more
clear than "tcadu" and in some ways abstractly generalizes it (but not in
the sense of one being a subset of the other). To me, a suburban city (say,
Arlington, Virginia) is a tcadu with tcadu2 being the bigger/downtown city
(the Washington (D.C.) metropolitan area). I am not sure about tcadu3 or
whether ".urbe" shares it (possibly distributed throughout its terbri).
tcadu4 is maybe a subset of the union of .urbe4, .urbe5, and the nearby
rural region. In any case, "tcadu" does not have the the same
structure/heirarchical ordering/divisions as ".urbe" (modulo any ordering
of terbri).

But you have a point. They are very closely connected and it would be fair
to characterize them as having a ton of overlap (klesrverlapi) in terbri
reference sets.

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