On 1/26/07, Steven Streight <steven.streight at gmail.com> wrote: > Many acronyms are for the site owner's convenience, and the users are > expected to learn them and get familiar with them, with no real benefit. No > Claims Bonus is so short, why use an acronym? To be perfectly clear at all > times, without being awkward and burdensome, I'd suggest NEVER using the > acronym. Always use No Claims Bonus in full. As always, absolutes are never right. There are plenty of acronyms that are more popular, well-known, and well-understood than their expanded equivalents. PHP, NASA, EKG, etc. -- Matt Warden Cleveland, OH, USA http://mattwarden.com This email proudly and graciously contributes to entropy.