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Both are correct though I believe I am right in saying that aging is the "norm" (for Norman too, of course) in North America and Canada but ageing is more commonly used in the UK and Australia.

As for South Africa, Wooly might have the edge there?

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Strange, but I have never paused to think about how I spell that word.  And now we are talking about it, I still am not sure how I would write it.  Isn't that always a problem when you stop to think instead of doing it instinctively?

I asked OH how HE would spell it, him being the cyptic crossword doer in our household.  He said ageing but then he himself is already aged so it could be a generational thing?

After all the raging and rampaging and managing those could very well be aging?

BTW nice link that, Wooly.

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