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22 March 2010


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Gines Pasamonte

And the most recent case in the string cite is usually about 12 years old.

Benjamin Opipari

On a somewhat related note, William Zinsser in *On Writing Well* says that if a phrase comes to you too easily, you should not write it since it's already been said before.

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