21st Century Manual of Style

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Laurel, Apr 2, 1995 - Reference - 368 pages
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Clear, concise, and free of unnecessary jargon, this style manual is the first of its kind. Students, writers, businesspeople, journalists, and others who work with words will be amazed at how easily they can find the rules of abbreviation, capitalization, compounding, hyphenation, languages, courtesy titles, historical events and periods, and much more.

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Contents

Academic Degrees and Titles
259
Government Organizations
279
Organizational and Team Names
291
Copyright

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Common terms and phrases

About the author (1995)

Barbara Ann Kipfer, Ph.D., is a lexicographer who has authored or compiled more than forty books, including the Dictionary of American Slang (with Robert L. Chapman), The Order of Things, Writer's Digest Flip Dictionary, and the bestselling 14,000 Things to Be Happy About. She received her doctorate in linguistics from England's University of Exeter.

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