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Similar to what has been posted about earlier regarding what fizzy drinks are called, Colleen Mullin has posted a number of maps of the United States asking participants to indicate what words they would use in a specific sentence. The results are sparse but interesting: there seems to be a definite regional breakdown in the United States (south - northeast / midwest / west). These maps tend to be more successful with larger amounts of data.

Thanks Matt.

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