the word already restricts to NOT EVEN British or U.K.ian
but also, more importantly, confuses one
to what is SO much MORE than EVEN British or U.K.ian
(for example the “language” : U.S.A.ian, Australian, etc.).
[… further perusals …]
is a word commonly used (pan intended),
however, what IS actually considered AS “common”
is totally open to interpretation.
ESPECIALLY, in regard to
which is perhaps a word, almost IDENTICAL TO
when ONE is considering the
of “English Common Law”
studying, practicing, applying ? !!!