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answered “Cancel” versus “close” versus “abolish” when referring to a debit/credit card
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comment “Whereäs” as an alternative spelling of “whereas”
Last I checked, the only place I see this consistently is in the New Yorker.
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revised Repeating the consonant in many words in a sentence or phrase
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