GrammarGirl

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@WillotheGlen @SteamPrepp I agree. It's not redundant like the others, but I would probably change it to "brother."
@LisaNalbone You use apostrophes to make *single* letters plural, but the Associated Press recommends "ABCs."
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@waynedixon Then you should post a picture!
@JaneEspenson I'll use that as my excuse. :-)
When you call a noun a verb, it might be time to call it a day!
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@algotruneman Haha. It actually annoys me because I never need the URL when I copy things. I'm sure it's just a plug in though.
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Check out @MerriamWebster's tweets today--interesting behind-the-scenes info about "-ism" as their word-of-the-year choice.
@Jan__Freeman @LiteralMinded Yup, could be. I don't think it's clear either way from the line.
@Jan__Freeman @LiteralMinded I'm not sure people are actively confused. They just ask why Christmas carols sometimes have odd phrasing.
@Jan__Freeman @LiteralMinded But in the song, it's "laid to rest," not "was laid." It's really the whole line that's odd though.
@Jan__Freeman @LiteralMinded But in that context, wouldn't you say the people aren't taking action? The family is laying them to rest.