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Commonly used short forms and their meanings

Ever since the days of our arboreal ancestors, mankind has been trying to reduce effort by innovating new necessities. And the result is in front of our eyes today. 657 more words

Warehouses build I.E.'s future

Selling ourselves short by letting corporate greed dictate our cities

Written by David Roman - Updated 3-29-16

Economic development in the Inland Empire has been a hot button issue lately with a renewed influx of people into the area and housing prices in the metropolitan areas steadily rising. 1,013 more words

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'i.e.' or 'e.g.'?

When should you use “i.e.”, and when is it better to use “e.g.”? This video by Oxford Dictionaries explains it all. These are two little terms I’ve often mixed up, so it’s good to get a proper explanation of which to use when.

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That is, for example….

There are two abbreviations that often get confused: i.e. and e.g. Some folks use them interchangeably; unfortunately, that’s wrong.

I.e. is short for the Latin phrase… 220 more words