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We cannot find a common ground between AmE and
BrE by resorting to medical/technical terms.
Indeed, such colorful puns as manual labor (hard
work/delivering docs) would be lost if we try to
avoid 'labor/labour' and try to find technical
terms for them.
> > technical term is always more PC than an
> ordinary term.
Not really, technical terms are skewed against
ornery folks; thus you are excluding a majority
of us if you use tech terms, which is NOT p.c.
However, if a word is very offensive, then you go
with the technical term. Costs as above
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