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Guardian style guide 7h
It's not a tank and it doesn't think. It's a thinktank.
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Guardian style guide 7h
But the point about Magna Carta is that it's still in Latin. "I saw the Colosseum" is in English.
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TechnicallyRon 9h
British news outlets reacting perfectly normally to today's weather
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Guardian style guide 9h
It's Latin for "the Great Charter" so it's already got a "the". And just think of all the space you save.
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Guardian style guide 9h
... or you could decide not to use it at all.
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Guardian style guide Jun 30
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Elizabeth Curran Jun 29
I ❤️ subs so much! My sanity is today brought to you by the delightfully reassuring . Subs make things beautiful 🙏
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Robert Hutton Jun 29
JOURNALIST TIP: apparently the Greeks are quite famous for tragic plays. You may be able to work that into an intro, with a bit of thought.
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Apostrophe Vigilante Jun 30
For the safety of your child, don't let them see this notice
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Mapping Metaphor Jun 30
The beautifully visualised, online Metaphor Map of the English language is available at:
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[ˈdʒeɪn \setə ] Jun 30
Is It 'donut' or 'doughnut'? :
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Darryl Snow Jun 29
And you thought was unimportant? Read on :
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Guardian style guide Jun 29
You are very kind. Love life – love tripe.
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Guardian style guide Jun 29
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Guardian style guide Jun 28
Mecca, tripe, and the delights of Ashton-under-Lyne: by editor
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Guardian style guide Jun 26
Some of these jokes are currently appearing in For Who the Bell Tolls: the essential & entertaining guide to grammar.
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Guardian style guide Jun 26
Finally a panda arrived, had something to eat, shot everyone, and left.
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Guardian style guide Jun 26
There were a couple of scare quotes so we had a few "drinks" and then an exclamation mark walked in!
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Guardian style guide Jun 26
Then this big hyphen came dashing by – followed by a pronoun who seemed unsure of himself, herself or itself.
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