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This month’s workout, “Word Usage, Part 5,” centers on section 5.250 of CMOS 17. Today we focus on words beginning with the letters i through k. Writing and editing are more efficient when you never have to look up imply and infer or dither over “in regards to.”
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Chicago Style Workout 31: Word Usage, Part 5 (CMOS 5.250)
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