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March 29, 2013


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"How do you spell that again?"

"I don't know—I think it starts with a silent h and has an apostrophe somewhere. Just sound it out."

And if I'm not mistaken, the NYT article also contains a dangler that a competent (or not understaffed) copy desk should have caught.

The pull quotes are probably not checked by the same proofreaders that check the stories. Even so, pull quotes are generally a form as close to headlines as they are to text, and a certain degree of freedom is allowed, in the name of poetry. This one scans fine.

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