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  • Paul Zorn: John, "Arrant" means something like "utter" or "complete" - and ... john george: Ray - The bright side of the increase in government workers during a recession is that it does help ...

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  • Paul Zorn: John, "Arrant" means something like "utter" or "complete" - and ... john george: Ray - The bright side of the increase in government workers during a recession is that it does help ...

    Locally Grown Northfield

  • Paul Zorn: John, "Arrant" means something like "utter" or "complete" - and ... john george: Ray - The bright side of the increase in government workers during a recession is that it does help ...

    Locally Grown Northfield

  • Fellow Merriam-Webster readers Arrant Pedantry, Language Log and Motivated Grammar have written very interesting posts about the less-fewer [...]

    “10 items or less” is just fine « Motivated Grammar

  • The first post, which addresses the essential point to this blog, is from Jonathon at Arrant Pedantry.

    2008 January « Motivated Grammar

  • The first post, which addresses the essential point to this blog, is from Jonathon at Arrant Pedantry.

    Things that keep me up at night (Part I) « Motivated Grammar

  • The Moon Is An Arrant Thief, LondonThe moon gets a bad rap: last year the Hayward declared it "deceitful", and now it's a thief.

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  • Update: If you remain unconvinced: Bill Walsh, Motivated Grammar, Mark Liberman, Bradshaw of the Future and Arrant Pedantry have written interesting posts on this strangely contentious subject.

    Less or fewer?

  • Update: If you remain unconvinced: Bill Walsh, Motivated Grammar, Mark Liberman, Bradshaw of the Future and Arrant Pedantry have written interesting posts on this strangely contentious subject.

    September « 2008 « Sentence first

  • Arrant horseshit, that only embarrasses those who try to defend it.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Paul Hollander on the Fall of Communism

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