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#1449 - 04/14/00 09:11 AM Specialty / Speciality
Could anyone explain to me the essantial difference between the words "specialty" and "speciality" AS IN CURRENT USE (not historically).
#1450 - 04/14/00 09:25 AM Re: Specialty / Speciality
Loc: lower upstate New York
It may not be this simple, but I think the difference is merely American (specialty) vs British (speciality) English.
#1451 - 04/14/00 09:30 AM Re: Specialty / Speciality
Loc: this too shall pass
try this hot link, it seems helpful:
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