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answered “Man” is to “womanizer” as “woman” is to what?
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comment What would be the British English equivalent to “The Elements of Style”?
Hmm... looks like Fowler has the same opinion. Is that the same for most of the UK?
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revised What would be the British English equivalent to “The Elements of Style”?
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comment What would be the British English equivalent to “The Elements of Style”?
What about the second question?
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asked What would be the British English equivalent to “The Elements of Style”?
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accepted Pronunciation of GUI in British English
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asked Pronunciation of GUI in British English
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accepted Is “as oft” a valid contraction of “as often”? If it is, then why doesn't it have an apostrophe at the end?