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I'm not a native speaker and during writing, I have some candidates like "grey"'/"gray" that I will always mix up.

So sometimes, when I write papers with colleagues (e.g. in LaTeX or plain text), we stick to either American or British English. However, as a final step I want to ensure that we don't end up mixing both flavors.

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I would be careful about an automated system - I am English - gray can be used and I tend to use ize - and they are correct for non US English – Mark Jun 5 '12 at 18:50
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I would take data from this link:

and stup a script to check automatically the text.

You could have a look at this open office extension as well http://extensions.openoffice.org/en/project/en_US-dict

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watch out for this: same word different meaning – SeanC Jun 5 '12 at 19:02

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