dms726

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Re: Someone else’s  •  June 17, 2009, 2:47pm  •  1 vote

One small note: "passerby" and "passersby" do not have hyphens (according to Webster's dictionary)

Re: As of  •  June 17, 2009, 2:44pm  •  4 votes

According to Webster's Dictionary, "as of" is a preposition "used to indicate a time or date at which something begins or ends"; "takes effect as of July 1" is the example given. Matt, I am not sur

Re: Plural of “insurance”?  •  June 17, 2009, 2:35pm  •  0 vote

Insurance is indeed noncountable, but "insurances" is being used in the provided example ("we accept all major insurances") to indicate different companies rather than a plural of "insurance" (a more