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Emma Watson is seeking a proofreader for a very unusual job.
Anne Marguerite Moe, a retired editor and proofreader and Howard County equestrienne, died of ALS, or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, Sept. 3 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson.
A lot of people have to fail at their jobs for dord to make it in: the writer, the etymolygist, the proofreader.
Strand publishes her books, using digital printing, and works with a structural editor, copy editor, proofreader, cover artist, and other professionals.
When my high taxes pay for a city mailer that tells me what to do with my property, at least make those $100,000 a year proofreaders use correct English.
A mentally impaired man serving a life sentence for the 1980 fatal stabbing of a Times-Picayune proofreader must be retried for the 37-year-old murder by September or be set free from Angola, a federal judge ruled Monday (May 8).
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