In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- For those who care: in one of last week's postings, I had linked loads and loads of words together with hyphens instead of spaces.
- For example, if you like the looks of hyphens separating datestamp, locators and descriptors, then do it that way every time.
- Yes, Ashling is one of those people who eschew normal grammar rules and use only hyphens to get their message across.
- As the hyphens and slash marks indicate, these emergent literatures do not fit under a single rubric.
- Search engines see hyphens and commas as spaces, which is why they would count that example as the same word next to itself.
- Should your domain be one single word or should the words be separated by hyphens?
- Small deletions are indicated by hyphens and large deletions by triangles.
- Imagine, Kierkegaard says, that you saw nothing but a word followed by a hyphen.
- Two or more one-syllable words may be joined together, however, usually connected by a hyphen, to form a compound word.
- Periods and hyphens indicate, respectively, base identities and deletions.
- Outside the University in Mumbai is the greeting ‘wel-come’, with the two elements separated by a hyphen.
- They've registered the name with a hyphen between the words but I own the domain as one word which is their preference.
- According to Jacoby, the hyphen in service-learning is symbolically representative of this symbiotic relationship.
- Google ignores most punctuation, except apostrophes, hyphens and quote marks.
- Counting only letters, and ignoring characters like spaces and commas and hyphens, you can see the proof in the definition.
- It would be nice to think this tip-off enabled him to avoid this fate but I fear his life was lost along with those missing hyphens.
- He was coal and wool joined by a stately hyphen and ennobled by five coronets.
- As you get to the later levels, the words and phrases become much trickier, complete with hyphens and other special characters.
- Differences in amino acid sequence are shown; hyphens identify missing amino acids, and dots indicate identical amino acids
- The only quibble I have with the grammar of that prose is the use of a hyphen followed by a semi-colon in the final sentence.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.