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Subject:Re: British English--and Canadian From:dave -dot- wood -at- MARRIOTT -dot- COM Date:Mon, 11 Nov 1996 17:27:25 EST
Funny you should mention. The Washington Post ran an article yesterday
(Sunday, 11/10) entitled "An English Lexicon of Its Own, Eh? -- Linguists
Document How Canada Speaks" dealing with the differences between Canadian
and U.S. English. To read it, go to URL:
Dave Wood, Documentation Manager, Corporate Accounting Services
Marriott International, Washington DC
(800) 638-8108, extension 84339, email: dave -dot- wood -at- marriott -dot- com
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