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Neither, it was delivered orally, from a burning bush.
At 1:26 PM -0700 7/15/08, Leonard C. Porrello wrote:
>Did the style guide come in the form of stone tablets or gold plates?
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>Subject: RE: What's 1 to do?
>Because the style guide we have adopted in our workplace tells us to.
>If our style guide tells us to use digits, we use digits instead.
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