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12-13-2008 @ 8:41AM
I'm neither British nor American, but it drives me mad when I see 'LF inscriber!' or, what's even worse, 'LF inscriptionist'. God, that's even more annoying than writing 'cooker' instead of 'cook'... Unfortunately, I need Trade, so I can't leave it.
12-13-2008 @ 12:06PM
Actually, "inscriber" is a real word meaning, "One who inscribes; the writer of an inscription," as is "inscriptionist" which means, "The writer or carver of an inscription." Definitions courtesy of the OED.
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