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I'll answer this question from an uncommon perspective. The Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA) recommends that you do not use the ™ or ® symbols but requires that you capitalize trade and brand names (2009, p. 102-103). If a whole science can do without these symbols, so can you. If you are unsure, look how respectable ...


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The other answers are correct to say that you need to read a lot. But it's not enough just to read. You have to read like a writer. Anytime you read a passage that is particularly clear or compelling, stop and try to figure out what made it so. Later, try to mimic that style in your own work. When choosing what to read, look for writers who are masters of ...


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It would just be "cups" on the y axis of the histogram you are describing. (Though you could not explicitly show the numbered axis, put the number on the histogram bars, and title it "Cups" or "Cups Consumed" or "Cups per Year" as appropriate.


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First, I do not think, that Visual Studio is a good editor (or even IDE). In my opinion only people who have never worked with something different than Visual Studio can come to the conclusion that it is any good. As far as I see it you will change your mind as soon as you have put your hands on IntelliJ IDEA. (Well, there is a plug-in for VS, but I have ...


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Steven Pinker recently published a book called The Sense of Style. It's intended to help competent writers of nonfiction become good writers, and addresses these types of questions. You should also try the classic The Elements of Style by Strunk & White, which is smaller and simpler, but about a century out of date. Nonetheless, most people will tell ...



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