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Spelling of theatrical brands/products/terms

Discussion in 'Collaborative Articles' started by derekleffew, Oct 16, 2007.

  1. derekleffew

    derekleffew Resident Curmudgeon Senior Team Premium Member

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    The correct spelling of specialized theatrical brands/products/terms.
    Consider adding the words below to your spell checker's "custom dictionary."

    Click <edit> above, then: 1) Add your information at the bottom of the article, OR
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    ACN (Microsoft Word changes to CAN)
    aisle
    AKG
    ante pro (AP)
    Apogee
    Apollo
    batten
    beamage
    Berkey-Colortran
    border
    bridle
    Cheeseborough
    Clair Bros.
    conventionals
    cyc, cyclorama
    dichroic
    douser
    Ellipsoidal
    ETC Sensor dimmers
    Fresnel
    Gaffer (not gaffa)
    gel (no jel)
    Gelatran
    generic scissor lift
    grandMA
    Intellabeam
    JLG Sizzorâ„¢ lift
    Kliegl Bros.
    KliegPac 9 dimmer
    Leko
    Leprecon
    Light Palette
    Littlite
    Mackie
    Maxxyz (plural="TWO problems!")
    Neumann (pronounced "NOY-men")
    Neutrik (pronounced "NOY-trick")
    pneumatic
    Pacific
    Pani (pronounced "PAH-knee")
    Parellipsphere
    PIGI (pronounced "peegee" not "piggy")
    proscenium
    receptacle
    Reich & Vogel
    Shure
    Selecon
    Sennheiser
    Shakespeare
    Socapex
    Vari-lite, Vari*Lite
    Valance
    Any others that you see butchered regularly?
    Click <edit> above, then: 1) Add your information at the bottom of the article, OR
    2) Add your comments to words already listed above, using this format "[I've never spelt that thatway--UserName, 10/16/07]". Remember to click <Save Changes> when finished.

     
    Last edited: Oct 29, 2009

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