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Is there any nuance between "wildflower" and "wild flower"?

There is no notable difference between wildflower and wild flower. It's a fairly common occurrence for English speakers to combine (or sometimes separate) words that appear together. Because there ...
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Is there any nuance between "wildflower" and "wild flower"?

"Wild" as an adjective has a range of senses, many of which don't apply to flowers. It can mean "not domesticated". And in this sense it has exactly the same meaning as wild ...
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Should I spell proper nouns differently depending on the dialect I'm writing in?

In your specific case (International Maritime Organization), both spellings would be acceptable since: the organization itself, like other UN agencies and organizations, uses the spelling "...
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