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  • Ordinary people tend to make their car-buying judgments on a different, non-hyphenated calculus.

    Gene and the Machine: The shocking truth about the electric Volt

  • Casey's General Stores of Ankeny, Iowa, is suing Subway to fight Subway's claim of exclusive rights to the non-hyphenated, grammatically tortured term "footlong" in promoting sandwiches and related services.

    Casey's sues Subway over rights to 'footlong'

  • The non-hyphenated phrase, by contrast, appeared in 692 opinions in the past month.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Use of Hyphens:

  • But that does not mean that the non-hyphenated phrase is preferable.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Use of Hyphens:

  • A correspondent asks whether hyphenated or non-hyphenated forms are the norm in such linguistic terms as phrase marker, form class, word class, and so on.

    On hyphenating, or not

  • As a non-hyphenated American, the morality of my cultural background is under assault day after day, year after year by people who think like you do.

    Little Green Monsters - Anil Dash

  • The non-hyphenated Islamofascist is the very distillation of a conflict that cannot possibly be resolved.

  • But for Haitian-Americans and non-hyphenated Americans too, this was the point - and an outrageous one at that. Main RSS Feed

  • The bumper sticker is causing a small controversy in Italy, where it's seen as a reference to Italian-American guido culture, something that's reviled by non-hyphenated Italians.


  • Apart from the special case of using "--", the first non-hyphenated argument is interpreted as the search string (or pattern, if - g is specified) and all others are file paths.

    Softpedia - Windows - All


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  • See also, ahem, hyphenated.

    April 10, 2019

  • Irony here we come :-/

    April 10, 2019