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I suspect either is equally correct. If it isn't in your company style
guide, pick one, stick it in, and tell them that's the way it is.
(Not much help, is it? Sorry!)
On Mon, Jun 8, 2009 at 4:00 PM, Spectrum Writing<SpectrumWriting -at- q -dot- com> wrote:
> I am playing Switzerland in this one between two SMEs - SME #1 provides me
> all edits with the phrase "electric current" and SME #2 provides me edits
> with the phrase "electrical current" and of course, SME #1 changes all of
> SME #2's edits to "electric current" and vice-versa. Sigh.
> Place your vote now and any supporting comments/thoughts will be heartily
> appreciated and greedily devoured!
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