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2. 1. 2. 3. si no es posible determinar donde reside generalmente la persona, la elección de la palabra ordenadora deberá seguir el uso acordado en y la lengua que generalmente utiliza se relaciona con la persona, tal como aparece en las manifestaciones o en las fuentes de referencia general. 3. 1. 2. si no es posible determinar el país mas asociado con la familia, la elección de la palabra ordenadora deberá seguir el uso de acuerdo a según las convenciones del país y lengua que generalmente utiliza se relaciona con la familia, tal como aparece en las manifestaciones o en las fuentes de referencia general.

1. 2. si no es posible determinar el país mas asociado con la familia, la elección de la palabra ordenadora deberá seguir el uso de acuerdo a según las convenciones del país y lengua que generalmente utiliza se relaciona con la familia, tal como aparece en las manifestaciones o en las fuentes de referencia general. 4. 1. Asiente una entidad corporativa directamente bajo el nombre por el cual se identifica generalmente. 2. Para jurisdicciones, el asiento autorizado deberá incluir la forma utilizada actualmente del nombre del territorio del que se trate, en la lengua y escritura que mejor convenga a las necesidades del usuario del catálogo.

Source: IME ICC] Concept – An abstract notion or idea. [Source: FRANAR, FRBR] Controlled form of name – Authorized and variant forms of names given to entities, formulated according to a set of rules and recorded in an authority record, in order to provide access to bibliographic and authority records (sometimes also called controlled heading, authorized heading, or variant heading. [Source: IME ICC] See also Access point, Authorized heading, Authority record, Name 43 Corporate Body – An organization or group of persons and/or organisations that is identified by a particular name and that acts, or may act, as a unit.

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