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Oct
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comment Is there a word like “sides” that means “top or bottom”?
Seems inconsistent to use "side padding" and "top and bottom padding." I settled on "vertical padding" and "horizontal padding."
Sep
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comment Is there a word like “sides” that means “top or bottom”?
This is pretty much what I was looking for. Not sure why it didn't dawn on me. To be consistent, I'll use "vertical padding" and "horizontal padding".
Sep
28
accepted Is there a word like “sides” that means “top or bottom”?
Sep
28
comment Is there a word like “sides” that means “top or bottom”?
@Fr0zenFyr: Actually I'm working on iOS, but I get your point. :)
Sep
28
asked Is there a word like “sides” that means “top or bottom”?
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Sep
21
comment Plural name apostrophe position
Why would you assume that James is an exception to the rule you mentioned? How would James be any different than, say, Jones? It seems very arbitrary. :-\
Sep
20
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Sep
20
comment How to handle a name that includes an exclamation point (or other punctuation)?
To be fair, ! is not a valid domain name character, so it's impossible for Yahoo! to use it, though I'm sure they would if they could.
Sep
20
comment How to handle a name that includes an exclamation point (or other punctuation)?
Not to be rude, but what does this have anything to do with a valid answer?
Sep
20
accepted What is the correct way to punctuate sentences that end with proper nouns who also contain punctuation?
Sep
19
comment What is the correct way to punctuate sentences that end with proper nouns who also contain punctuation?
For whatever reason, those questions didn't turn up in my search. :-\ Sorry about that.
Sep
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asked What is the correct way to punctuate sentences that end with proper nouns who also contain punctuation?
May
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accepted Should “vice versa” be treated as an independent clause?
May
25
comment Should “vice versa” be treated as an independent clause?
I try to be consistent about how and when I use punctuation. I would consider your first example to be "wrong," but I'm not a grammarian.
May
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accepted Is the word “that” overused?