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I am just generally curious about the use of the ampersand in the Spanish speaking world.
I did see an old thread from '02 stating that both the ampersand and the "y" are used, for differing reasons having to do with taste and preference.
But what I am really wondering is whether there exists some hybrid of the y/et y/& that could speak bilingually. A Spanish/English ampersand.
I have never seen it, though I don't read in Spanish. Chances are it does, but if it does not exist, please, someone with more talent than myself--I'd love to see it. It would be a good exercise in the spirit of collaboration between cultures.