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make American in character

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become American in character

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We are becoming more Americanised as each day passes.
The 'Red Dress' group, which had a great deal of input into the writing of their latest, as-yet-untitled record, revealed that it is less 'Americanised' than their last album, 'Sweet 7'.
More than 60 per cent of people think British English is becoming more Americanised.
I'm glad to say that the definitions don't appear to be as 'Americanised' as I'd have expected either, but I couldn't work out if that is because I'm so used to hearing Americanised definitions or because there has been a genuine effort made to make this book as universal as possible.
Zoe Wilkins We really are becoming too Americanised. Raheel Shaban That should have read 'Americanized' to really make an impact with your statement Gary Blackmore Everyone likes a bargain.
It's nothing more than Americanised, shallow rubbish.
"I think we're all becoming more Americanised where this sort of thing is the norm.
Nethertheless, to me, such blatantly Americanised misuse of language is far more distasteful than seeing aflashof Ms Jackson's right breast.
William H Macy (above) is also miscast in the Americanised version of Shameless US (More 4, 10pm).
Chan previously said he did not fully understand the humour in those films, saying it was "too Americanised".
Twenty years later, Amir (now played by Khalid Abdalla) has become an Americanised author while the Taliban rules his homeland with an iron fist - even banning kite flying.
We have councils who have removed Nativity scenes and swapped Merry Christmas for the Americanised Happy Holidays.The PC brigade even claim Christmas is offensive to non-Christians.
Shawn Levy is in talks to direct the movie, which has been Americanised by comedy writers Lowell Ganz and Babaloo Mandel.
He added: "I am actually suggesting we get a little bit Americanised on this.