(Originally appeared in Lognet 90/2)
The metaphor behind biartrida—introduced in the “Vizgoi” playlet in LN90/1 for the notion of a “city block”—is backward. “Streets-between” is more apt for the notion of a block than “between-streets”. After all, a block is a kind of “between”, not a kind of “street”. So let’s use tridybia for this measure word: ...is...blocks long; default 1.
In LN89/l on p.13 the wrong word for number is used. It is numcu, not *numci.
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