Four letter ban

11th May 2001 at 01:00
A touch of acronym anxiety in the entrepreneurial world. A press release from Scottish Enterprise Edinburgh and Lothian beseeches "Pleasedo not use the acronym SEEL". What's the matter? We've looked at it front, back and upside down and can't see a rude meaning.

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