Re: UK vs US spelling

Subject: Re: UK vs US spelling
From: "Rhonda Bracey" <rhonda -dot- bracey -at- cybertext -dot- com -dot- au>
To: "TechWrl (new)" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Sun, 14 Nov 1999 15:50:06 +0800

And us "south-pondians" do it differently again... Our Oxford/Websters
equivalent in Australia is the Macquarie Dictionary where the first edition
1. To make personal
2. To mark in some way so as to identify as the property of a particular
3. To personify
Also, "personalize"

We still tend to use the "-ise" version in most cases. However, if writing
for an international English audience I will use the "-ize" version.

Rhonda Bracey
rhonda -dot- bracey -at- cybertext -dot- com -dot- au
CyberText Consulting Pty Ltd

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