Ok, my last post on this, I promise. You'll see differing results depending on the source. Merriam-Webster calls out both spellings for both the noun form (dryer, drier) and the inflected or comparative forms of the adjective (dryer, drier, dryest, driest). Oxford does not, at least not that I've been able to find. Sooo, you could of course contend that the "truest" form of the language originates with, or at least is validated by Oxford; personally, that would suit me.
But, if you did that, we would surely not have "ain't" in any of our dictionaries either :-)
Can anyone recommend a good brand for rat hammers and where to buy them? It seems the ones they sell in Belgium can stain your clothes, it is also doubtful that these are allowed in handluggage, as they contain liquid (gel in the handle). I am lefthanded. I collect all tools, also chainsaws, but sometimes they are confiscated or stolen, even from checked in luggage!