Both of these spellings exist and are very often used in the wrong context; this can, of course, have a negative impact on the writer/company using the wrong version and can damage hard-won image. Some classic examples of wrong use are outlined below.
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Tiger Woods might have written the book on how to make squillions from a tiny white ball. But he – and most importantly his advisers (or should that be ill-advisors?) – won’t be penning a guide on handling a crisis in the media any day soon. It’s true that keeping a stable of cocktail waitresses […]
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