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Old 04-21-2009, 06:06 AM   #8
Michael Rowley
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Gerry:
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You can get a feel for the advice by subscribing to Garner's Usage Tip of the Day at the OUP website
I followed your advice and saw that his advice for the day was to use draconian, not draconic; I was suprised, because I thought the latter is more usual, but on looking up draconic in the COD I was directed to draconian.

   
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