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'''en-US''' means U.S. English.
'''en-US''' means U.S. English.
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The microformats wiki re-uses the [http://www.w3.org/2001/06/manual/#Spelling W3C Manual of Style Spelling Editorial Guideline] and thus uses U.S. English for page names, and contents of English-language pages, although British-English spellings {{must}} be preserved if originally used in:
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The microformats wiki re-uses the [http://www.w3.org/2001/06/manual/#Spelling W3C Manual of Style Spelling Editorial Guideline] and thus uses U.S. English for page names, and contents of English-language pages, although [[en-gb|British-English]] spellings {{must}} be preserved if originally used in:
* proper nouns  
* proper nouns  
* direct quotations
* direct quotations
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* discussion opinions or comments signed by a speaker known to use British-English
* transcribed audio, where the speaker is known to use British-English
* transcribed audio, where the speaker is known to use British-English
* URLs
* URLs
* user pages
* user pages
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== FAQ ==
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See [[en-us-faq]].
==To do==
==To do==
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==See also==
==See also==
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* [[en-gb]]
* [[naming-conventions]]
* [[naming-conventions]]
* [[how-to-play]]
* [[how-to-play]]

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en-US means U.S. English.

The microformats wiki re-uses the W3C Manual of Style Spelling Editorial Guideline and thus uses U.S. English for page names, and contents of English-language pages, although British-English spellings MUST be preserved if originally used in:

Contents

FAQ

See en-us-faq.

To do

You can help to implement this policy.

References

See also

en-US was last modified: Tuesday, May 15th, 2012

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