Todd's book 10,001 Titillating Tidbits of Avian Trivia, I can find dozens of bird-describing hyphenated
adjectives, such as tooth-billed, red-footed, crinkle-edged, black-capped, supra-orbital, seed-eating, yellow-crowned, wedge-shaped, two-eye, river-dwelling, short-eared, non-domesticated, bare-legged, island-breeding, noxious-tasting, wooly-necked, chickadee-like, and pink-backed.
It noted as well the inherent difficulties in capturing all of a district's principal "geographic areas and communities of interest" in any name "no matter how many hyphenated
names are strung together.
A dispute over the surname may or may not be resolved by court action, since the statute recognizes an automatic nonjudicial solution to the surname issue if the parents are married (a hyphenated
last name in alphabetical order), but presumes a court finding and order will be entered if the parents are not married (only using a hyphenated
name as a backup by default in the event the judge in the paternity action fails to address the name ,issue).
In the modern period, line-end hyphenation is mainly a problem of printed texts for the simple reason that most people when writing by hand tend to avoid breaking words, and even hyphenated
compounds, across line-endings.
That he, born of a white German father but reared and socialized by the vibrant African-American culture embodied by his mother, who raised him, and found in abundance in his beloved Hill District of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, can, without contradiction, be so Afrocentric is problematic to those who do not understand how black people (and, by extension, many hyphenated
Americans) have often had to be conversant with several cultural realities simultaneously to navigate their way through life successfully.
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TABLE 23 MASS AND HYPHENATED
SPECTROSCOPY REVENUE BY REGION, THROUGH 2017
Drawing on interviews with members of social, cultural, and fraternal organizations, the work discusses the maintenance of ties to Scotland and Scottish heritage through expatriate organizations and relationships with the newly empowered Scottish state, and special problems facing hyphenated
Americans in maintaining generational connections to their cultural traditions.
Here in Wales we find a variety of spellings for the beetle from coch y bonddu to the hyphenated
Following a general overview, coverage includes instrumentation associated with atomic spectroscopy; quantitative metal analysis of organic matrices; analysis of plastics, fibers, and textiles for metals content; metal analysis of virgin and crude petroleum products; metal analysis of structural adhesives; and hyphenated
and miscellaneous techniques used with ICP-OES.
Does it really matter if the child had a hyphenated
name or that the child's mother was only 17?
ROBERT LOPEZ-MONT This guy is really, really good, though it's up in the air if the skate public is ready for a favorite skater with a hyphenated