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should refer either to the prefecture or the capital (or just be a disambiguation page), and should not refer to the nuclear incident.

It's easier to add disambiguation to a nuclear incident than to a state/prefecture (though sometimes it can't be helped, such as Georgia).

Also, merely referring to an incident by its location can stigmatize a place. I understand that it's convenient in everyday conversation, but it shouldn't be used everywhere.

should refer either to the prefecture or the capital (or just be a disambiguation page), and should not refer to the nuclear incident.

It's easier to add disambiguation to a nuclear incident than to a state/prefecture (though sometimes it can't be helped, such as Georgia).

Also, merely referring to an incident by its location can stigmatize a place. I understand that it's convenient in everyday conversation, but it shouldn't be used everywhere.

No questions tagged with this tag as of August 2017

should refer either to the prefecture or the capital (or just be a disambiguation page), and should not refer to the nuclear incident.

It's easier to add disambiguation to a nuclear incident than to a state/prefecture (though sometimes it can't be helped, such as Georgia).

Also, merely referring to an incident by its location can stigmatize a place. I understand that it's convenient in everyday conversation, but it shouldn't be used everywhere.

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should refer either to the prefecture or the capital (or just be a disambiguation page), and should not refer to the nuclear incident.

It's easier to add disambiguation to a nuclear incident than to a state/prefecture (though sometimes it can't be helped, such as Georgia).

Also, merely referring to an incident by its location can stigmatize a place. I understand that it's convenient in everyday conversation, but it shouldn't be used everywhere.