On 9 Apr 2018, at 11:02am, R Smith <ryansmit...@gmail.com> wrote:

> If you prefer "different from" to "different to", it is simply likely that 
> you are American rather than English, in which language the preference (I 
> should say "habit" really) is "different to" rather than "different from", 
> but I gather from sources that "different from" is the preference/habit in 
> American English, plus they have been using the newer variant: "different 
> than" - which got criticized a lot by the old guard, but with no real grounds.

I agree.  This is a UK English vs. US English matter.  And since the document 
maintainers are USAsian, I am quite happy for "different from".

And now I have the Monkees song _Valerie_ running around my head.

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