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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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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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