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> This is off the top of my head--anyone with more definite
> information is encouraged to correct me. I know that people
> in some other English-speaking countries are less aware of
> gender bias in language; this is true of England, for example.
Is it really? Less aware of gender bias in language than whom?
Andrew Shires andrews -at- harlequin -dot- co -dot- uk
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