Re: onsite vs on site

Subject: Re: onsite vs on site
From: Kelley Sheppard <ksheppar -at- mailbox1 -dot- tcfbank -dot- com>
To: TECHWR-L <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 12 Oct 1999 09:41:14 -0500

The American Heritage College Dictionary, 3rd Ed. (1993), lists it only
as "on-site," and as an adjective or adverb. It's probably one of those
compounds that will become solid some day. The same dictionary lists
boths "on-stage" and "onstage." The only way I can imagine this term
could be used as a noun, would be in a very casual, abbreviated
sentence, in which an "understood" word is left out. For example, you
may ask about the status of some on-site footage that was to be shot:
"Is the on-site ready yet?"





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