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The Guardian style guide editors on language usage and abusage, and lots more
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Guardian style guide 6h
Oh dear. We're not angry, Rachael – just disappointed.
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Guardian style guide 7h
This is very nice from on place name changes, and includes a reference to New South Wales's Curly Dick Road:
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Guardian style guide Sep 28
it. "She" is outdated, confusing and just plain weird.
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Guardian style guide Sep 28
a doctor's appointment. Feel better!
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Daniel Nixon Sep 23
Reasons to rejoin Twitter: 1 -
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Guardian style guide Sep 21
But unfollowing would make you sadder.
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Guardian style guide Sep 21
hi-tech. But the sports shoe company is Hi-Tec.
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Guardian style guide Sep 20
There's even less reason to use "Brangelina" now. From our style guide:
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Guardian style guide Sep 19
"Good evening, Mr Loaf, I've been expecting you" does have a certain ring to it – but we'd use Meat Loaf throughout.
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Guardian style guide Sep 16
We think sucking-pig is technically correct – but everyone seems to use suckling. Should we change?
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Guardian style guide Sep 16
Tin-ear specialists might enjoy the phrase 'listeners choke on their brunch' in this story from Thursday
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Guardian style guide Sep 16
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Guardian style guide Sep 15
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Guardian style guide Sep 15
the latter – it's two words.
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Guardian style guide Sep 15
'Course correction' sounds like it could be a surgical procedure involving the lower intestine
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David Marsh Sep 13
I wrote this style guide entry. I'm quite proud of it, despite criticism down the years (invariably from men).
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Guardian style guide Sep 8
barber's. It belongs to the barber, after all.
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Guardian style guide Sep 7
We endorse this message.
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Guardian style guide Sep 7
It does! An heir, an hour, but a historian. It's in the style guide:
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Guardian style guide Sep 1
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