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I only know about the hair space in conjunction with em dashes, but I don’t use them there. The thin space however is very useful in German as all abbreviations of more than two letters that are separated by dots need it after the dots, e.g.: “z. B.�? (e.g.) The Duden standard is to use a standard space if a thin space is unavailable, yet people often put no space at all, even on magazine covers...
Aug 27, 2009