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Jean-Marie, interesting! How do you set it off from hyphens and em dashes? I've never seen the en dash in a transcript before.
I use both en dash and em dash.
Random, probably dumb question....does anyone use the en dash in transcripts? Is that a thing, or no?
personally I go with the '60s.
What's your preference: the sixties or the '60s?
Very logical, Janiece. ;)
I don't have a rule but in just looking at their packaging I would be inclined to go with AA batteries.
double A batteries
double "A" batteries
He said "double A batteries."
It might be helpful if you were to post the sentence you're asking about for your "issue/issued" issue -- er, conundrum.
What is the right word: issue patents or issuED patents?
"Issued patents" seem to make more sense, but I'm just not sure if I've heard it correctly every time it has come up.
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