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For the editor in your life

Now they can take a little piece of their work home with them in the form of this lovely comma pendant.

comma pendant

(Just don’t correct that “they” to “he or she.”)

(And no, I don’t want the post recast in the plural.)

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via Swiss Miss

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  1. Oh, there’s the missing comma in direct address. I’ve been looking for it since the end of May, when I read about 100 final essays without it.

    Thanks for helping me locate it, Tom.

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