Martijn I don't think I have had a single lecturer who wrote 'labour' rather than 'labor'. U.K. spelling is still the standard on Swedish high schools, but it seems universities have left that behind them. (I keep writing 'labour' in all my notes.)
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Eric Very good. Labour & Colour are much nicer to read than Labor & Color, which look broken. Interestingly you've delimited the acronym UK, which is something the US Gov seems to like doing for their federal agency abbreviated names. It's not something I've seen often here in the UK while in the US culture I've seen on TV & Movies it seems very common.
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Martijn Good point, I always have to be careful with abbreviations. Like making sure I don't put one after Mr.
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