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Niall.oReilly at ucd.ie
Tue Jul 5 09:38:28 UTC 2011
On 4 Jul 2011, at 22:39, Brad Hards wrote:
> I was really trying to fix "adoped". The next line was just opportunity.
Oops! I missed that.
>> That 'h' serves to disambiguate pronunciation,
>> and to reflect etymology. Please keep it.
> I disagree (obviously) - I'd pronounce sync liked "sink" but "synch" like
> Perhaps we could spare the extra letters and just use synchronised or
> synchronized (depending on whether the rest of the document uses UK or US
That would work for me, preferably with the "-z-".
According to the Oxford I keep handy (as I would, on my side of
the pond), which to use for UK/European English depends on the
etymology rather than on the ill-founded notion that "-s-" is
more "European" or "British". Maybe it's an Oztralian (!) thing?
Normative (?!) reference:
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