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Fri December 05, 2014
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(Oxford Dictionaries)
 
 
 
Oxford Dictionaries adds "hawt", "xlnt", "lolcat". English language sheds yet another tear
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Tue November 18, 2014
(NPR)
 
 
 
"Vape" named Oxford Dictionary's "Word of the Year." Its closest competitors? "Normcore" and "Bae." The English language as we know it is doomed
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Wed October 22, 2014
(Slate)
 
 
 
Now that we've all accepted the truth of the Oxford comma, it's time to take down those half-literate apostates who insist on spreading the blasphemy of single quotation marks
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Thu October 16, 2014
(Oxford Dictionaries)
 
 
 
Oxford English Dictionary literally champions Google's new definition of "literally" (figuratively speaking, of course...)
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Tue September 09, 2014
(The Atlantic)
 
 
 
Stephen King and an English teacher discuss grammar, sentence diagramming, and proper utility of the Oxford comma
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Mon August 25, 2014
(Laboratory Equipment)
 
 
 
According to Oxford researchers a quantum effect in which excited atoms team up to emit an enhanced pulse of light can be turned on its head to create super-absorbing systems to make the ultimate camera. I could have thought of that
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