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Ode to the Oxford comma

Let’s take a moment to give some love to the Oxford comma, which was traditionally used by printers, readers and editors at Oxford University Press.

Although the University of Oxford has officially dropped the Oxford comma in their style guide, there is still a case for keeping it around.

Below are two illustrative examples:

and …

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Posted on 27, January 2012, in Culture and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. I had absolutely no idea that it was called the Oxford Comma! I just thought it was wrong.

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