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Re: What is the language "British"?



On Wednesday 06 September 2006 11:07 am, Mike McCarty wrote:
> Grumpy_Penguin wrote:
> > On Wednesday 06 September 2006 10:50 am, Mike McCarty wrote:
>
> [snip]
>
> >>Then dictionary.com is wrong. A fuze is a device for detonating a
> >>weapon. A fuse is an electrical device. I've been doing electronics
> >>for 40 years, and *never* have encountered the term "fuze" to mean
> >>an electronics component.
> >>
> >>Furthermore, I looked in a "real" dictionary, and that's what it
> >>verified.
> >
> > And that brings the thread back to the start
> > [can you say recursion?] ;-)
>
> Just remember: "NET" means "Not Entirely True".
especially if it is .net ;-)
BTW Army Field manuals always refer to the fuze on explosive devices as a fuze
if the electrician installs a fuze in the fusebox.... Do Not power up the 
circuit <ouch>
>
> Mike
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