Re: Spelling

Subject: Re: Spelling
From: Virginia Krenn <asdxvlk -at- OKWAY -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU>
Date: Tue, 19 Jul 1994 11:10:37 CDT

Because the e at the end of a syllable determines the pronunciation
of the other vowel in the syllable, I would opt for scaleable (sounds
like pale as opposed to scalable (sounds like pal). There may be
exceptions to this rule. But, this is generally true.

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Subject: Spelling
Author: Cynthia Schwartz <cynthia_schwartz -at- M1MAIL -dot- SBI -dot- COM> at SMTP
Date: 7/19/94 10:52 AM

Subject: Time: 11:00 AM
OFFICE MEMO Spelling Date: 7/19/94
I need some quick help on spelling -

The word is <scalable> or <scaleable>
meaning that something (a technology) can be scaled to handle a large number of

I cannot find the word scalable or scaleable in the dictionary - and even if it
might be another MADE UP WORD where I work, it's going into a presentation for
upper management. Since so many of those MAKE WORDS UP PEOPLE work here, I
have to use it.

What do you think - scalable or scaleable

thanks alot Cynthia

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