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comment Is there a rule concerning nouns with foreign articles?
Hilarious fictional version of the Lake Nyasa phenomenon in Steven Brust's The Phoenix Guards (paragraphs 5 & 6 of that page).
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comment Forming the possessive of a username that is a contraction
True, it's an edge situation. Any chance you have a reference source? "Always form the possessive with an apostrophe, no exceptions" -- Bloom Picayune Style Guide?
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comment Addressing a former office-holder by that office's title
tchrist says "only senators, governors, presidents, and officers in the armed forces" keep their titles, while your rule excludes the middle two -- they are "individual" offices -- and adds others, such as judges and ambassadors (and presumably U.S. Representatives). Thanks for the further documentation!
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comment Addressing a former office-holder by that office's title
The Powell example is in accordance with the reference that choster gives: "General" is a senior military rank. I'll look for Schorr's description.
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Spelling corrections.
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