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Elena Cresci 22h
Michael Gove, everyone
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Rhiannon L Cosslett Jun 28
Sort of hits home when you're texting people outside Britain stuff like this
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The DM Reporter Jun 28
YOUR COMMENTS: Razor wire, machine guns, putting people in cattle trucks… remind you of anyone?
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Guardian style guide Jun 17
distinct or distinctive? "There’s a distinct possibility that he will insist on showing you the distinctive birthmark on his left buttock."
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Guardian style guide Jun 17
He's a silly billy. And that's being generous.
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Guardian style guide Jun 17
Private language lessons: how to get your money's worth Expert advice from
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Guardian style guide Jun 16
The Guardian view on Jo Cox: an attack on humanity, idealism and democracy.
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Julian Borger Jun 16
Jo Cox threw herself into a battle against our own lesser selves, against meanness, small mindedness, and for generosity of spirit.
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Julian Borger Jun 16
Jo Cox was the best of Britain, battling for the poor at home, but ever mindful and compassionate about awful suffering in Syria, Iraq..
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Julian Borger Jun 16
Saw Jo Cox on Tuesday. She talked about pushing against the tide, standing for UK poor but remaining open hearted to those suffering abroad
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Guardian style guide Jun 16
What does "millennial" mean? Is it vague, lazy and meaningless? Yes.
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Guardian style guide Jun 15
If writing in ancient Greek, certainly.
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Guardian style guide Jun 15
Martin Lewis's blog. Boaty McBoatface's boat. Follow pronunciation.
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Guardian style guide Jun 15
The plural of octopus is octopuses.
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Guardian style guide Jun 15
As our original answer implied, you fold out (or unfold) a fold-out (or foldout) table.
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Guardian style guide Jun 15
Verb is 2 words: you fold out a table. Adjective fold-out table or foldout table: your choice. Same as check in/out.
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Guardian style guide Jun 14
: is part of a sentence, like a dash. : vote to stay in the EU – vote to stay in the EU
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