Gray? Grey? What would Asa say?

Rodger Whitlock
Fri, 25 Nov 2011 14:09:31 PST
A reminder that even in the more backwards Anglophone countries where gray is 
misspelled "grey" as a matter of stubborn pride, the surname of the great 
American botanist (and correspondent with, inter alia, Charles Darwin) is GRAY.


Not Asa Grey, as it was recently misspelled on one of the English news web 

[If your blood pressure is going up, please engage your sense of humor.]

Rodger Whitlock
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

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