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Today’s post marks the last (at least for now) installment of our hyphenation investigation. And what better way to end than with a masquerade ball? (What can I say? I’m a girl.) There are two topics left that often fool … Continue reading

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It’s that time again, fellow wordsmithians, to return to the land of hyphens. Crazy as it may seem, two posts were not enough to exhaust the subject (though you may be feeling exhausted, and I wouldn’t blame you). See, this … Continue reading

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In our last installment of Grammar Blip, we focused on compound modifiers and when to hyphenate. As promised, here is the shiny follow-up from that discussion: the inevitable exceptions. (I can hear you all groaning out there, but it has … Continue reading

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There’s lots to do with hyphens that I see in my daily job/life that is just horribly awry. Which is why I’ve picked it as my next grammatical topic du jour. But in the interest of keeping these Grammar Blips … Continue reading

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