Some articles on exception rule:
... An exception rule was introduced by the Bulgarian authorities in 2006, mandating the transliteration of word-final -ия as -ia rather than -iya in given names and geographical names (such as Ilia, Maria and ... use and some types of private publications, expanding also the application of the ia-exception rule to all -ия in word-final position ... However, that would not work for the exception rule which renders e.g ...
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