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Subject:Re: Use of A and AN From:"Eric L. Dunn" <edunn -at- TRANSPORT -dot- BOMBARDIER -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 3 Mar 1999 09:13:57 -0500
No you should never use 2 spaces after periods! (OOPS wrong discussion
In all seriousness I was always taught to treat the acronym as if it was
the whole word/phrase/description. In other words: "a National Broadcast
Company employee" = "a NBC employee". This is also the way we are told to
do things here.
But I do believe this quickly becomes very much like the spaces after