11 September 2006
In both Standard English and Standard Australian the correct nomenclature for time is to place the units in ascending order of size.
eg. Seconds, minutes, hours, days, months, years.
To reverse the date and month is an American regional variation.
Not only is it incorrect for non-americans to refer to today's date as 9/11; doing so facilitates the marketing campaign.
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