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accepted Comma — a punctuation error?
Oct
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comment Comma — a punctuation error?
Thanks for your input. Will this also do if I'm writing under US English? Maybe the British (including Tolkien) operate under different rules?
Oct
22
comment Comma — a punctuation error?
@BarrieEngland Interestingly, Larry doesn't seem to mention the "dependent"/"independent" issue at all. Hmm.
Oct
22
comment Comma — a punctuation error?
@itsbruce Wikipedia mentions "some style guides". I therefore see nothing wrong with my question, and would appreciate input from others.
Oct
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asked Comma — a punctuation error?
Sep
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accepted Correct usage of “to this effect”
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asked Correct usage of “to this effect”
Sep
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accepted “We”, “I”, “this author”?
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accepted A good word for additions to a written work that is already published
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asked A good word for additions to a written work that is already published
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accepted Nomenclature or alternatives
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comment Nomenclature or alternatives
Nah, designation seems weird too...
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comment Nomenclature or alternatives
@StoneyB Name is bit plain. Come to think of it, I think designation may work.
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asked Nomenclature or alternatives
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asked “We”, “I”, “this author”?
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accepted “Your interview with him.” Who is the interviewer?
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accepted Can “alas” be used all by itself?
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asked Can “alas” be used all by itself?