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Is there a difference between "maltreat" & "ill-treat"?

Even though dictionaries define ill-treat as a transitive verb, it hasn't been used with a direct object very much for about a century now and more often appears as the noun ill-treatment and the ...
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Comma before a moved verb

The expression is not a sentence, obviously. It is a slogan. There are no rules for slogans, partly because (perhaps fortunately) they have not been studied by grammarians (or logicians). They ...
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Comma before a moved verb

You could also argue that both are incorrect and should read "Your next obsession- found." or "Your next obsession: found.
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