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The Guardian style guide editors on language usage and abusage, and lots more
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James Chapman 17h
A lovely Guardian article about my work and kickstarter by ! (I'm so crazy over the moon proud of this)
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Guardian style guide 8h
Patronising? Nous?
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Guardian style guide 8h
We use learned, if only to discourage people from thinking that if "learnt' is a word (which it is), "earnt" must be
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Guardian style guide 20h
How to sneeze in Japanese. (And fart in Turkish.) Brilliant Mind your language blogpost from
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Guardian style guide Aug 30
Our style is "disabled people" but even if it weren't, if you said it, you should be quoted accurately.
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Guardian style guide Aug 30
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Guardian style guide Aug 30
Done. Your quotes have now been restored to "disabled people" and "disabled models".
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Guardian style guide Aug 30
We'll have a discreet word with them.
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Guardian style guide Aug 30
While you while away the hours, beware other people's cunning wiles.
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Globe Arts Aug 29
How I got ‘Manic Pixie Dream Girl’ into the Oxford Dictionary
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Guardian style guide Aug 29
content is; contents are.
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Susie Dent Aug 29
I'm pretty sure princocks and prickmedainties were (genuinely) the male equivalent.
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HaggardHawks Words Aug 23
In 1930s slang, a BUM-CURTAIN was a flashily-dressed woman.
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Guardian style guide Aug 28
"Another drip in the never-ending effluent of political correctness which is the Guardian."
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Guardian style guide Aug 28
We deride them as 'migrants'. Why not call them people?
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Guardian style guide Aug 28
(Shudders.) No, not e-mail. ebook, email; e-commerce, e-learning, e-petition, e-reader
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Guardian style guide Aug 28
Good enough for us. Thanks to everyone for help with this. Now in the style guide as "00".
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Guardian style guide Aug 28
E-learning at the start of a sentence, if you must; e-learning thereafter.
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Guardian style guide Aug 28
"He's leapt like a gazelle at the back stick … " The Plain English Campaign's football gobbledygook generator:
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Guardian style guide Aug 28
Well that's how we would do it, yes.
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