[Tagging] Differences between crop and produce?
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Mon Nov 19 20:48:17 GMT 2012
On Mon, Nov 19, 2012 at 12:15:12PM +0000, Philip Barnes wrote:
> Maize is a rarely used word in British English these days, you see corn on the cob sold in supermarkets, not maize.
> The only place you see the word maize used is for maize mazes, because it sounds good.
> For once I would go with the American corn here.
I agree with the others from the uk: in my experience maize is widely
used and understood. Except, perhaps, in supermarkets. So -1.
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