Spelling is the writing of one or more words with letters and diacritics. In addition, the term often, but not always, means an accepted standard spelling or the process of naming the letters. In the sense of a standard, spelling is one of the elements of orthography and a prescriptive element of alphabetic languages.
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Some articles on spelling:
... Calculator spelling (also known as beghilos, the alphabet of available letters) is a technique of spelling words by reading characters upside-down from calculators equipped with ...
... Eliza did not get second place in the national spelling bee, though she did well ... months later, when it came time at her school spelling bee to make her second attempt at the National Spelling Bee, that Eliza decided to get a word wrong on purpose ...
... Netherlands are refusing to use the new spelling and have released Het Witte Boekje (The White Booklet) as an alternative to the latest edition of Het Groene Boekje ... This "white spelling" allows more than one spelling in several cases, e.g ... In Flanders, the white spelling is not used by any large media ...
... The Money Programme documentary, January 2006, the founders – noted for their poor spelling – registered Google as a trademark and web address before someone pointed out that it was not correct ... protocol of the World Wide Web – and has, therefore, become the standard industry spelling when discussing HTTP referers ...
Famous quotes containing the word spelling:
“Some let me make you of the heartless words.
The heart is drained that, spelling in the scurry
Of chemic blood, warned of the coming fury.
By the seas side hear the dark-vowelled birds.”
—Dylan Thomas (19141953)
“My spelling is Wobbly. Its good spelling but it Wobbles, and the letters get in the wrong places.”
—A.A. (Alan Alexander)
“The old saying of Buffons that style is the man himself is as near the truth as we can getbut then most men mistake grammar for style, as they mistake correct spelling for words or schooling for education.”
—Samuel Butler (18351902)