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Old 07-15-2007, 12:42 PM   #2
Michael Rowley
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Marjolein:

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way to the West of Groningen
The most easterly of the Dutch Frisian Islands is about as far east as Groningen, but I only found that out from the 1:200 000 map after I had written that it might be further east.

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I refer exclusively to "British English" as opposed to "American English"
British English only makes sense if you're talking about written English. The same goes for American English, but there is slightly less diversity in the spoken language in the USA.

   
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