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Subject:Re: Mouse- Mouses or mice? From:Tracey Showalter <tshowalt -at- SCTCORP -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 14 Feb 1994 10:05:30 -0500
Reply to: RE>Mouse: Mouses or mice?
Jim Grey asked:
>When speaking of a mouse as a computer control device, is the
>plural "mice" or "mouses"?
Our product won't use rodentia until next year, so I've been spared
that decision (temporarily). My tendency is to use "mice", but for
no apparent reason. I've used "mouses" in the past and don't know
why I switched.