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

Only spatial metaphor and conduit metaphor usages are encouraged, e.g. the British English? use of "in the street". This implies constrained choices.

The preposition "in" should usually be removed from an issue statement if anyone objects to it on the grounds of encouraging a conceptual metaphor prejudicial to any position, though not from a position statement itself: objections of any kind to a position belong in an argument against.




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