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Subject:Re: Grease ZERK or ZIRC? fin From:"Brierley, Sean" <Brierley -at- QUODATA -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 27 May 1999 12:33:47 -0400
As a rule, when writing I try to use more recognizable terms. In this case,
I would use "grease fitting" instead of "zerk." Is "Zerk" a brand name?
Anyway, I have seen and hear "zerk" used by the British.
How can I use "zerk" in my latest software book? Hmmmm, maybe a secret
pop-up in the PDF or online help . . ..