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Use "hyphens" in a sentence
"There are intrinsic differences between English and Romance languages that militate against complete standardisation of the English language; the formation of compound nouns and the associated use of hyphens is a case in point; so is the formation of phrasal verbs, which come, change, and go away as fashion demands."
"With the dispatch of a waiter flicking away flyspecks, the editor, Angus Stevenson, eliminated some 16,000 hyphens from the sixth edition, published last month."
"In terms of primary weights all four strings are actually identical, and it is just the nature of these very doubleplusnonprimary weights that we call hyphens that cause the problems ...."