aswell vs as well :

aswell or as well

No matter how you use it, the expression “as well” is always two words, despite the fact that many people seem to think it should be spelled “aswell.” Examples: “I don’t like plastic trees as well as real ones for Christmas.” “Now that we’ve opened our stockings, let’s open our other presents as well.”

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  • England Soccer Legend Glenn Hoddle Thinks England Should Forget About World Cup, Target Euro 2016 Instead
    Glenn Hoddle believes that England’s national soccer side should target Euro 2016 rather than focusing their efforts on winning next year’s World Cup in Brazil. Hoddle, who amassed 53 caps for England after his debut in 1979, aswell as playing almost 500 competitive games for Tottenham Hotspur, believes that this approach is integral if they... Read more » England Soccer Legend Glenn Hoddle ...
    June 30, 2013 - The Inquisitr

  • William Ryan, veteran, formerly of Lowell, at 72
    William Michael Ryan of Pawtucket, R.I., formerly of Lowell, as well as Maine and Florida, a retired veteran, died Tuesday in his home. He was 72. Born in Lowell, Mr. Ryan lived in Pawtucket, for the past month and previously resided in Sabattus, Maine, for 12 years, and Port Charlotte, Fla., for 19 years. Mr. Ryan served in the Army from 1958 to 1971, during the Korean and Vietnam wars. He ...
    June 18, 2013 - Boston Herald
  • Detroit default, restructuring plan break new ground: Moody's
    (Reuters) - Detroit's default and debt restructuring plan are precedent-setting in the U.S. municipal market, Moody's Investors Service said on Monday, because the city is looking to bondholders, as well as labor unions and pensioners, to share the pain. The city on Friday defaulted on a $39.7 million payment on certificates of participation and presented a plan to restructure its finances. "The ...
    June 17, 2013 - Reuters via Yahoo! News
  • City to Settle Pension Suit for Workers Called to Arms
    The settlement would cover police officers as well as firefighters, teachers and other city employees who were summoned to active duty after 9/11.
    June 17, 2013 - New York Times