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  • Easiest is to set up your ms in the first place by clicking Format … Paragraph … Indentation … First line … by .5 or whatever amount you want the automatic indentation to be.

    The Case of the Mysterious ¶ or Things Your Creative Writing Instructor Never Told You

  • Easiest is to buy a portable setup in the US and subscribe in the US - you need a US address.

    Long range phone and dsl

  • Easiest is to set up your ms in the first place by clicking Format … Paragraph … Indentation … First line … by .5 or whatever amount you want the automatic indentation to be.

    October 2006

  • Easiest way to identify yourself as from the US to a Mexican is to say you are from the E.U. (not to be confused with the European Union, which would be the U.E.).

    Estadounidense?

  • Easiest way to identify yourself as from the US to a Mexican is to say you are from the E.U. (not to be confused with the European Union, which would be the U.E.).

    Estadounidense?

  • Easiest thing to do is just turn off the hose for a second,” Art is saying to the man, an old duffer in one of those “scrambled-egg” hats worn by captains of U.S. Navy vessels and—for reasons that have never been clear to me—retirees.

    With Arthur Rimbaud at the Chamber of Commerce Lunch

  • Easiest way to identify yourself as from the US to a Mexican is to say you are from the E.U. (not to be confused with the European Union, which would be the U.E.).

    Estadounidense?

  • Easiest way to identify yourself as from the US to a Mexican is to say you are from the E.U. (not to be confused with the European Union, which would be the U.E.).

    Estadounidense?

  • Easiest way to identify yourself as from the US to a Mexican is to say you are from the E.U. (not to be confused with the European Union, which would be the U.E.).

    Estadounidense?

  • Easiest way to identify yourself as from the US to a Mexican is to say you are from the E.U. (not to be confused with the European Union, which would be the U.E.).

    Estadounidense?

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