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20 July 2017

  • (diff | hist) . . Linguistic prescription‎; 05:38 . . (+3,834). .SMcCandlish (talk | contribs)(Include the actually most common term for this, in the lead. Author: Use the name they published under. CMoS is not an example of house style; expand that paragraph into a complete section; reorganize. Misc. copyedits.)
  • (diff | hist) . . Linguistic prescription‎; 03:41 . . (-26). .SMcCandlish (talk | contribs)(Aims: Copyediting to reduce redundant and useless wording; moderating unsourced, aggrandizing claim of success by someone who's obviously never lived anywhere rural and/or conservative.)
  • (diff | hist) . . Linguistic prescription‎; 03:39 . . (+967). .SMcCandlish (talk | contribs)(Five dictionaries and style guides in particular are worth mentioning here (one for historical reasons, and three because they are best-selling and illustrate the trend).)