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American English. Spelling
Note the following spelling differences between British and American English.
There are other spelling differences which do not follow any particular “rules”, and these words have to be learned individually (for example, judgement in British English can be spelled the same way in American English, but many North Americans also spell it judgment).
This is one of several words which are used in both British and American English, but which have a different meaning (often depending on the context in which they are used). In this case, faculty is usually used by North Americans to talk about the people who work in a school, college, university, etc., while in British English it is used to talk about a particular department in a university (e.g., the Humanities Faculty). Gas (see 16 across) in American English is a short form of gasoline.
The word gasoline is also used in British English, but the word petrol is more common: British-English speakers normally use the word gas to talk about a substance that is used to heat the house or cook food. To make things more complicated, it also has the same meaning in North America.
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