This is a “website.” At last.

93/365 Dictionary and Chicago Manual of Style

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Not a Web site, or a Website. It’s a website. The new, online, edition of The Chicago Manual of Style has spoken.

The 16th edition of the copy editors’ bible has caught up with the digital age. And who better to welcome it in than Jesse Vernon, the copy editor at the Seattle weekly newspaper The Stranger. If you read right to the end, you’ll find out about the paper’s in-house list of spellings for words they use that are, for some reason, not found in the dictionary.

“Sometimes, Chicago outright tells writers to make shit up,” Vernon explains.

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