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When I read the original posting, I stumbled over
"women"! I vote "female" to be used in these instances.
God only knows who thought that a change like that would
be an improvement! Sure hope it wasn't the result of
BTW, remember the (short) thread on quotes vs punctuation?
I'm with the British- put the punctuation AFTER the quotes!
Above, I didn't stumble over "women!", I stumbled over
"women", like I said! :)
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