Anthony Bourdain (1956 – 2018) American Celebrity Chef
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Practicing or practising?
Hi Philip. I know that in British English, “practice” is always the noun and “practise” is the verb. In American English, “practice” (and its derivatives) is the main form for both noun and verb. I tend to favour (with a “u”) the British approach. However, as Bourdain was American and as the quote used “practicing,” I went with that. Cheers!
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