Conversate and basically
jsmithjamessmith at YAHOO.COM
Fri Jan 26 15:56:39 UTC 2001
> BTW, it is my understanding that "orientate" is the
> preferred Brit Eng for
> Am Eng "orient," though I've heard both here too.
> Beverly Olson Flanigan
Then "orientate" crops up in the US military (the only
place I've ever encountered it in the US, as in
"Orientate this map.") because of cross-cultural
dissemination through NATO?
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