John Hall <wweexxsseesss...@telus.net> wrote:No, I didn't. I had "intact/in tact/in tack/in tacked," but that's
> t...@euronet.nl (Donna Richoux) wrote:
> >That's a good one. You got me to start updating my list of those sort of
> does your list have:
> 'tact' for 'tack' ("We'll try another tact")
> 'interm' for 'interim', though 'interm' may have become acceptable inI'm hunting for evidence that that is used. I found a great many hits
> some circles (not mine) by now
for "interm," but they seem to be academic terms, short for
"intermediate" or they're used in financial circles (I can't be sure if
those mean "intermediate" or something else).
Oh, wait, here are some, found by searching on "in the interm":
This means that you will not have any build options, but this
TMN standards can take too long. in the interm proprietary
After six years Marine Service and having assumed family
All right, let me finish pasting the list together. As I said, I don't
another tack/another tact
My thanks to everyone who has contributed over the years.
Things I'm not putting on this list:
Dictionary-accepted spelling variants.
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