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Donald Knuth, inventor of TeX, writes on a related word: A note on email versus e-mail Newly coined nonce words of English are often spelled with a hyphen, but the hyphen disappears when the words become widely used. For example, people used to write "non-zero" and "soft-ware" instead of "nonzero" and "software"; the ...


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What you're experiencing is also known as the "Scunthorpe problem", which is caused by wordfilters going haywire. To make a long story short: Wordfilters do not work. They never did and never will. If you actually want to remove cursing from any text, you're looking at a major programming task. There is no short-cut approach that actually works. It needs ...


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Both are interchangeable, so you can use the hyphen-version as well as the non-hyphen version. Since this is almost identical to the meta question “To hyphen - or not to hyphen? That is the question!”, I'll simply quote the answer I posted as reply to the meta question to make it complete… There seems to be no general consensus. Both are apparently valid....


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Google1 has 499 million results for ebook/eBook, versus only 138 million for e-book/e-Book, 3.8 million for digital book, and 24.5 million for e-edition (most of which appear to be newspapers). So, at least according to Google, ebook/eBook pretty clearly wins. 1 All searches done with exclusion operators (e.g. "ebook" -"e-book") to stop Google from auto-...


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I'd advise wrapping Hebrew-in-English in spans with the dir attribute set to rtl. I'd also advise following each span with the lrm element. See http://www.w3.org/International/articles/inline-bidi-markup/ As for fonts, pointed Hebrew support is now surprisingly good in the default fonts on a variety of platforms: Kindle Paperwhite, Kindle for Mac, Kindle ...


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Some specific steps to take for Hebrew: Make sure your Hebrew is expressed with the proper Unicode characters (http://www.i18nguy.com/unicode/hebrew.html). If the Hebrew in your source document is just Latin characters with a special font applied, they won't show up right in the output. Embed a Hebrew font (a good openly licensed font is Ezra SIL: http://...


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I had the same problem and created a plugin to do just this. See https://github.com/jdanders/calibre-plugin-language-cleaner/releases


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I think this is question that a simple search with Google can solve, as I did very easy: https://www.myenglishteacher.eu/blog/best-e-books-to-learn-english/ I suppose there are plenty of applications an Android store, sort of speaking.


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Amazon.es is amazon's website for Spain and not the Spanish language. Amazon has different websites based on a country (due to taxes, copyright, etc.) and not based on a language. And I know that I cannot get access to ebooks in Spanish that are not in the US Amazon website if the author or the published didn't make it available here. So even though you ...


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