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    (?<!re)tired Mario F.'s Avatar
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    I'm totally confused by now.

    Had to send a proposal to a book author this morning. I hope she either misses it or finds it to be correct. The word can be located in 5 different places on the document. Oh well.
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    Excluding words as being non-British means they are British?
    No, "as" meaning "due to them being" here. Of course, the British equivalents are ardour, colour, and favour.
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    >> No, "as" meaning "due to them being" here.
    Ah. I see now. What a crazy language, huh?

    I'd say not to worry about it too much, Mario. The meaning will be understood.

    >> I'm totally confused by now.
    You're not the only one!

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