References in classic literature ?
The look he got, made him cut it suddenly short and not put any more hyphens in it.
I will make a perfectly literal translation, and throw in the parenthesis-marks and some hyphens for the assistance of the reader--though in the original there are no parenthesis-marks or hyphens, and the reader is left to flounder through to the remote verb the best way he can:
But in our newspapers the compounding-disease lingers a little to the present day, but with the hyphens left out, in the German fashion.
10] The OED citation of 'lamp[-]light' with the line-end hyphen is from Byron's Werner, iii.
High-Rise is only the fourth among 220 Derby winners to have a hyphen in his name, emulating Lap-dog (1826), Mid-day Sun (1937) and Sea-Bird (1965).
In ordinary typing, we used to hit a hyphen twice or maybe once and put space on either side.
5, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The leading cloud-based construction management software company, Hyphen Solutions, LLC, has announced a new partnership with Pharaoh Information Services, the developer of the Integrated Builder Series (IBSWIN) among other residential construction-related software products.
Hyphen will be responsible for all phases of the project including architecture, design, purchasing and construction.
Sapir's company, Joy-Lud, is in some instances spelled with a hyphen (Joy-Lud) and in others without (Joy Lud).
Be sure there's a space before each hyphen and the last character is a zero, not the letter O.
The band released their debut album, Mercury, in 2003 - but then had to add a hyphen to their name to avoid a lawsuit from an American bluegrass band, also called Longview.
I've always tried to follow the rules regarding the hyphenation of compound modifiers, inserting a hyphen if the modifier appears before the noun and leaving it out if it appears after a linking verb.