Jeff King <> writes:

> On Thu, May 01, 2014 at 10:51:19AM -0700, Junio C Hamano wrote:
>> > If you want to fix something here, do s/judgement/judgment/ instead.
>> That too.
> FWIW, neither is outright wrong; it is an America/British variation, and
> apparently dictionaries disagree on which is preferred.

My reading of various "grammar" sites was that even though variation
exists[*1*], the form without 'e' is the traditionally preferred
form, and that is why I said "That too".

But let's follow this one:

which seems to say that with 'e' is more common.


*1* To Americans, the form with 'e' is abomination.  Wikipedia
claims that (1) without 'e' is in legal and (2) with 'e' in other
contexts in British (this particular one is a non-legal use), and
(3) both are equally acceptable in non-legal contexts in Austraria
and Canada.

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