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  • 1. AP Stylebook: What’s Special About Each Element Listed?
    • A.D. 96
    • Affect, effect
    • Aftereffect
    • Ages: figures
      • 3-year-olds
    • AIDS
    • Air-India
    • Among, between
    • Amtrak
    • April Fools’ Day
    • Arabic Names
    • Archenemy
    • Army, Navy, Marines
    • Author: no verb
    • Average, mean, median, norm
  • 2. AP Stylebook: What’s Special About Each Element Listed?
    • Baby-sit, baby-sitting, baby-sat, baby sitter
    • Backyard and back yard
    • Band-Aid
    • Bible
    • Bible Belt
    • Canada goose
    • Capitol, capital
    • Catholic, Catholicism
    • CD-ROM
    • Celsius, Fahrenheit
    • CIA
  • 3. AP Stylebook: What’s Special About Each Element Listed?
    • Earthquakes – the scales or magnitudes
    • Either/or constructions
    • E-mail
    • Emmys
    • Engine v. motor
    • Ensure v. insure
    • EEOC
    • Fannie Mae
    • Farther, further
    • Father (and priests)
    • Faze v. phase
    • Fiance v. fiancee
    • Fiberglas
    • Flier v. flyer
    • Flounder v. founder
  • 4. AP Stylebook: What’s Special About Each Element Listed?
    • Forecast v. Forecasted
    • Formica
    • French fries, other food terms
    • Full-dress, full-scale
    • Gauge v. gage
      • .38-caliber
    • Gay lifestyle
    • Ghetto
    • Glamour, glamorous
    • Gourmet v. gourmand