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hyphenation

hahy fuh nay shuhn

  • n  division of a word especially at the end of a line on a page
  • n  connecting syllables and words by hyphens

  • Aesthetics often dictates against hyphenation.
  • Emanuel Julius or Haldeman-Julius, the hyphenation he assumed after marrying Anna Marcet Haldemansold more than 300 million copies of his Little Blue Books, mostly for a .
  • The soft sign following sibilants at the end of words will disappear, as did the hard sign following consonants, and 16 rules of hyphenation are to be reduced to one.
News & Articles

  • How to solve four common problems with your new smartphone
    For all their smarts, smartphones can be complicated animals. Or at least frustrating ones, especially if you run into some of the problems that tend to crop up among new smartphone owners. (Note that I'm referring to both new smartphone-owners and new-smartphone owners. Hyphenation matters, people!) Thankfully, most of these issues are easily resolved -- or if not resolved, easily worked around ...
    Feb. 14, 2014 - CNET
  • Jay-Z Changes His Name? Get the Scoop!
    UPDATE: A source tells E! JAY Z's name has been this way for the last three years. JAY-Z has 99 problems, but hyphenation ain't one. The hip-hop superstar has...
    July 19, 2013 - E! Online
  • Jay-Z Reportedly Changes His Name—Get the Scoop on His New Moniker!
    Jay-Z has 99 problems, but hyphenation ain't one. The hip-hop superstar has reportedly dropped the hyphen from his name, changing his moniker from Jay-Z to, well, Jay Z (hey, at...
    July 18, 2013 - E! Online
Quotes

  • Pranab Mukherjee in Thaindian.com (blog)
    Talking on geo-strategic trends, Mukherjee described the current world order as that of "general un-alignment - a de-hyphenation of relationships, and re-engagement amongst several major powers in informal alliances to deal with issues on the basis...

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