I've asked this question about the path that a rocket takes during launch, or actually the ground-track of its path.
If the rocket launching from Florida were to go into a polar orbit, it would have to do some kind of dogleg maneuver. I'm still waiting to see exactly what this means.
If I look in Wikipedia, I see three spellings; dog-leg, dogleg, and dog leg. I'm using dogleg in the following:
A dogleg maneuver is when a satellite doglegs, executing one dogleg after another, following along a doglegged or dogleg-shaped path...
but can I just use any spelling I want, or are there preferred ways to do this?