Intended to be a concise set of generally accepted guidelines useful for alerting writers and editors to potential problems in the context of formal legal writing.Cede, ceed, or sede. Only one word ends in -sede: supersede. Only three words end in -ceed: exceed, proceed, succeed. All other words in this class end in - cede. C:5. Using -ally and -ly. If the suffix is added to a word ending in -ic, use - allyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Manual on usage, style & editing|
|Author||:||Texas Law Review Association|