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We ought to have and as synonyms.

The former is more commonplace in street parlance, the latter is the more technically-correct term for this.

Thoughts?

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Entered - go vote for it!

Man, the one time that I want to be brief, Stackexchange says "No, more characters!!!!"

EDIT: You can vote for it at this link.

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  • Voted. Thanks Bob.
    – Zaid
    Jun 7 '15 at 6:49
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Haha ... I just tried to enter it in as a synonym, but it wouldn't let me. I agree with your assertion, though. They should be synonyms.

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