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Do you spell ile like this in the food stores?

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dunno, that's a tough question!

Rob

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Yup. Spelled aisle. Don't ask me why, I have no idea. Probably adapted from a different language the way many of our words were.

If a little knowledge is a dangerous thing, then that makes me a burning truck filled with TNT hurtling through a rocket fuel depot.

"ile" is abbreviation for isoleucine; isoleucyl

Theatres, meeting halls, sport stadiums and outdoor arenas etc., usually have aisles.
Aisles can also be seen in shops, warehouses, factories and libraries,
where rather than seats they have shelving to either side.

In supermarkets there are two types of aisles,
food aisles and checkout aisles.

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