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Old 02-27-2009, 03:03 AM   #1
Robin Springall
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Default -esc or -esque

Hello all,
Which of these is correct, please?

Listen to the Count Basie-esc piano solo.
Listen to the Count Basie-esque piano solo.

It's a dreadful sentence anyway, but I'm not allowed to change any of the text in the document apart from the spelling. The author used the first version but I've used the second (on the grounds that I also had to remove an apostrophe from a personal pronoun).

Intellectually challenged, alcoholically propelled

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