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Page names including the term "at" - a preposition - are controlled by naming conventions based on living ontology.

Address? information like "at 24b Baker Street" or "at the corner of Main and High" should always use at, or the term:near?.

Mixed spatial metaphor and web services can be expressed using at, a legacy from email use of "@", the "at sign", to link domain name?s to a user name?. Email to a nonexistent address is routed to postmaster? reliably so there is such a thing as "near":

Since spatial metaphor is strongly implied by the use of at, only situations where there is such an idea as "near" should normally be analogized with "at"

Controversial use of at should usually be removed from an issue statement if anyone objects to it, though not from a position: objections of any kind to a position belong in an argument against.




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