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Saturday, October 04, 2008

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Greg May

Ha!

Maybe these come in bunches. Professor Martin found the same mistake in a pair of Ninth Circuit decisions last year.

That reminded me of a pet grammar peeve on which I actually published an article: "sole" vs. "solo."

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