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Subject:Re: Do's and Don'ts From:Matthew Flynn <maflynn -at- DTTUS -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 23 Dec 1996 08:06:09 CST
English does provide a solution:
"Things you should or should not do"
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Subject: Re: Do's and Don'ts
Author: WorkgWords -at- AOL -dot- COM at Internet-USA
Date: 12/21/96 12:54 PM
The bottom line is that English does not provide a "correct" way. Whatever is
done must be a compromise chosen by what would hopefully cause the least
confusion. It's up to the discretion of the writer and editor. (I'd vote for