Thank you for looking through this article Salene and for correcting some of the typos and coding :)
However, I'd like to point out that I'm writing this as a native British English speaker, some of the apparent typos are not typos but correct British English spellings, e.g. duelled, specialised, dramatised, recognised, unparallelled, favourite, realising, fuelled, defence, formalised, etc.
You're turning me into an American! ;)
Leonardis 09:25, 22 October 2008 (UTC)
- I'm very sorry. I was aware of differences, but not really which ones and I overtrusted the embed spell checker of my browser. Feel free to revert to keep your own spelling, it's probably worst to have a mixture of US and British english. - Salene Lusch 10:03, 22 October 2008 (UTC)
- As punishment, I've read almost all the American and British English spelling differences article in wikipedia without snoozing. It appears that unparalleled has the same spelling in both variants, as an exception of the British usage. Don't blame english too much, it's worst in french (my language), everyone hesitates between
parallelle, paralelleor parallele, while the right spelling is parallèle (I've just checked!) - Salene Lusch 14:19, 28 October 2008 (UTC)