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Verulam

ISE or ICE, a difference As befits the journal of a learned society, scanning of the galleys by the editors is meticulous; nevertheless, with such a small staff, the occasional slip escapes attention, as evinced by our own gaffe, for which we apologised in May. In that same issue Mr A. S. Crockett found his literary sensibilities shocked by an exercise in ‘licence’ with spelling which he clearly considers ought not to be practised’. He writes: I have been following the responses to Finniston by the Civils, Municipals, and Structurals very closely, not least because of being a member of the Council of the Municipals and a member of the President’s Advisory Committee which has dealt at considerable length with the report itself and the responses thereto from the Institutions. Verulam