I consider myself to be excellent at spelling, however, I'm from Australia so some words are going to be different in places where, for instance a z is used in America instead of an s (polarize - polarise.)
Would you think it would be wise to use the spelling within the spell check or is there some leeway given?
American English and British English are equally acceptable to HubPages. Australian English is identical to British English, isn't it?, so yes, it's fine. Ignore the spell checker.
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