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15 August 2006


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I agree that you should check the local rules (and IOPs). While the FRAP are revised, if at all, but once a year, some circuits revise their own rules more frequently.

Matthew Stibbe (Bad Language)

I think this is a great idea. I'm genuinely impressed. We should start a campaign to get Strunk & White issued to every newly qualified professional. Wouldn't it be cool if every new PR got one and every new Microsoft Certified Professional and so on. Maybe we could start a kind of guerilla grammarians society and start putting the good book into every hotel room like Gideons.

H Devaraja Rao, Bangalore, India

Strunk and White's Elements of Style is a "mighty midget" no writer can be without.

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