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Good Stuff: 7/17/07
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Good Stuff: 6/26/07
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Good Stuff: 7/26/07
Thursday, July 26, 2007   1:08 PM

OUPblog - Monthly Gleanings
Etymological notes on lollygag, teetotal, hijack, freaking, mealy-mouthed, and windfall.

Harry S? Truman
A copy-editing controversy: if the S doesn't stand for anything, is it Harry S Truman or Harry S. Truman?

NOT "e.e. cummings"
Less important for copy editors, but important for English majors everywhere: the case for E.E. Cummings.


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