You Don’t Say: Language and Usage: Pieces of string

“A headline — please keep this in mind — is inherently elliptical and approximate. The text has the exact, detailed information. The headline is a suggestion that you should read the damn story.” – via Blogslot.

You Don’t Say: Language and Usage: Pieces of string

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