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Hi! What are your writing pet peeves? What things do
you make certain that you edit out of your drafts and the
writing of subject matter experts (SMEs)?
Some things to get you started are these gems:
due to the fact that
Please supply others. My dept. is trying to compile a list.
(I seem to recall a thread about this from many months ago,
but I've searched my personal archives and couldn't find the
postings. I decided it wouldn't hurt to ask again since so
many techwr-lers are fairly new.)