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Subject:Re: More on DOs and DONTs From:"Wayne J. Douglass" <wayned -at- VERITY -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 19 Dec 1996 14:39:56 -0800
At 05:21 PM 12/19/96 EST, carla_hyatt wrote:
> On the Copyediting List (CE-L), we just had a long discussion about
> this, but do I remember any of it? Naw, that'd be too easy. However,
> if you see my Subject line, a solution that we came up with for one of
> our newsletters, is to cap DO and DONT, so it's pretty obvious you're
> not talking about DOS, the operating system. The column heading was
> DOs and DONTs.
To paraphrase Bob Dole: Just DON'T DOS it!
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