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Silly question.... bur or burr?

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by edwinedwin, Nov 5, 2013.

  1. edwinedwin

    edwinedwin Member


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    This is more of a silly question... please help settle a debate.... what is more accepted in podiatry "bur" or "burr"?
     
  2. Pauline burrell-saward

    Pauline burrell-saward Active Member

    Are we having a quite day???

    bit bored???
     
  3. edwinedwin

    edwinedwin Member

    "quite" or "quiet"? ;)
     
  4. terigreen

    terigreen Active Member

  5. MJJ

    MJJ Active Member

    With the temperature here being -18C yesterday morning we were saying "Brrrrrr"
     
  6. lucycool

    lucycool Active Member

    burr.
     
  7. SingaPod

    SingaPod Member

    I tend to use Burr, seems right from how you pronounce it with a long rolling R.
     
  8. Podess

    Podess Active Member

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