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accepted Should “pseudo” words be hyphenated?
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comment Should “pseudo” words be hyphenated?
@Fumble - thank you for your comment below; it cleared things up quite a bit for me.
Sep
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comment Should “pseudo” words be hyphenated?
@Alenanno - I didn't realize Oxford listed the hyphenated version. If I had, I wouldn't have said this was incorrect.
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comment Should “pseudo” words be hyphenated?
@Alenanno - I guess it is general reference, but given what looks to be the correct answer below, the incorrect hyphenated usage is fairly common, so I think there's some value in this question.
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asked Should “pseudo” words be hyphenated?
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comment Understanding appositives and the use of the m-dash ( — )
Dawkins is amazing, but Gould is in a league all to himself. His essays make even the most mundane fantastically interesting.
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comment Understanding appositives and the use of the m-dash ( — )
All the more impressive that you can come up with so many good examples off the top of your head. Thanks again.
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accepted Understanding appositives and the use of the m-dash ( — )
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comment Understanding appositives and the use of the m-dash ( — )
Great answer, thank you and +1. I assume you lifted all those quotations with the aid of some sort of eReader?
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comment Understanding appositives and the use of the m-dash ( — )
I always get good answers from you, Robusto, thank you.
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revised Understanding appositives and the use of the m-dash ( — )
Trimming the question down so that I'm only asking *one* question and not multiple; edited title
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