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Dec
5
comment Capitalizing quotations with initial omission?
Understandable. =) However, I'm really looking for what is "correct," or at least widely accepted, so it would be really nice to have a reference to some sort of authority on the topic. It's very likely that I will accept your answer if such a reference is provided.
Dec
5
comment Capitalizing quotations with initial omission?
Great answer! Could you possibly include some backing for your answer? Major names that use this approach, perhaps?
Dec
5
comment Capitalizing quotations with initial omission?
I apologize for the poor example. You are indeed correct that removing the first four words in my example does remove some of the original richness of the quotation. +1 on your comment. There are, however, many times when I have wanted to nondestructively remove an initial clause in, for instance, a compound sentence, and found myself at a loss as to how to capitalize the remaining quotation.
Dec
4
asked Capitalizing quotations with initial omission?
Nov
8
comment “Email” or “e-mail”?
@Hugo Thanks for pointing me to that discussion. Point well taken. =)
Nov
7
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Nov
7
revised “Email” or “e-mail”?
Added quote from linked article
Nov
7
suggested suggested edit on “Email” or “e-mail”?
Nov
7
comment “Email” or “e-mail”?
@Hugo You could have simply added the summary yourself. Contributing is always better than a slap in the face.
Oct
21
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Oct
21
comment Article usage in compound predicate nouns
Great answer! Thanks! And that "Ngram" tool looks to be extremely useful... =)
Oct
21
accepted Article usage in compound predicate nouns
Oct
21
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21
asked Article usage in compound predicate nouns
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