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What is the name/term for someone's personal writing style?

There is a real problem with this question, even though it is in one sense clear. It does not make a distinction between between the recognition of style when we are talking about a public writer ...
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What is the name/term for someone's personal writing style?

Syntax https://www.albert.io/blog/how-to-analyze-syntax-ap-english-literature/ What is Syntax? Quite simply put, syntax is sentence structure. We’re lucky that such a simple sentence comes pre-built ...
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What is the name/term for someone's personal writing style?

Could the word be "colloquial"? (of words and expressions) informal and conversational, and more suitable for use in speech than in writing.
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Should spaces be used between "<" or ">" and numbers or letters?

I agree with what is said in other answers, and offer some additional considerations and remarks. I think: Among the question's author's proposals, those which have the space only to the left or to ...
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Should I use "awe of" or "awe at"?

I am not a grammarian. I have a sense that "in awe at" expresses a relationship to an entity or condition at a distance, perhaps e.g. future, where "in awe of" speaks of an ...
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