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comment Examples in APA format
honestly, I hate smaller text. why would you want to punish your readers by making them squint and altering your "interface" with the text?
Apr
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answered Stutter that changes words mid sentence
Apr
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comment Examples in APA format
Hi, and welcome to Writers. We generally like one question per post, as it makes it easier to answer each one. Stack Exchange has an Accept mechanism, and if someone answers Q2 correctly but not Q1 or Q3, you can't accept more than one "right" answer. Could you split this into three separate questions? (or at least Q1/Q2 as one, since they're closely related, and Q3 as a second question)
Apr
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revised Examples in APA format
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Apr
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answered Adding the word “that” to maintain symmetry in sentences
Apr
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Apr
8
comment The extent of obscure references
Dali is not a "tier-2" artist. You may need to check your own level of understanding references before assuming that of your readership.
Apr
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revised The extent of obscure references
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Apr
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Apr
7
comment Filter Words in Dialog
Although not for anything, I think a short story written in russyan accent like Chekov on great wodka bender vith Sulu could be very entertaining. :)
Apr
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revised Writing a scientific name in an italized phrase?
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Apr
7
comment A grand scheme or destiny in literature
Are you looking for keywords or search terms so you can do further research?
Apr
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answered Writing a scientific name in an italized phrase?
Apr
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comment Any helpful tips on how to, better use description in my writing?
Write the plot first; add the descriptions in the next draft where the setting requires it.
Apr
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reviewed Approve Chicago- Paraphrasing a whole page from Author into 1 paragraph- what is the citation?
Apr
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comment Writing about a real place
Are you representing your work as a documentary or "based on the truth"? If it's "fictionalized history," you may be okay, but you need to be wary of libel. Best bet is to talk with a lawyer.
Apr
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reviewed Leave Open Should I write “also known as” in full or as an acronym (aka)?
Apr
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reviewed Reject Should I write “also known as” in full or as an acronym (aka)?
Apr
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comment How to write a “state of the art” chapter
@Jay I've edited the post to read "raised." I think you got the gist of the OP's intention, although that's a charming malaprop. :)
Apr
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revised How to write a “state of the art” chapter
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